California’s first zero-carbon private residence, this home in Malibu was created with recycled concrete and a wide variety of sustainably sourced wood products by Delta Millworks.
With wood throughout the interior and exterior, the house exudes warmth and connectedness to its surroundings.
Wall Street Journal
A Malibu, Calif., spec home built with recycled concrete and sustainable timber is hitting the market for $32 million.
The roughly 14,400-square-foot modern ranch-style house has all electric appliances and mechanical systems, and comes with an organic vegetable garden, orchard and apiary, according to marketing materials. In addition, the developer said it reduced carbon emissions during construction by using alternative building materials.
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