30 Jan '15, 6pm

LEED-certified Meadow Farm is a small organic farmstead in northern California

Meadow Farm's main house is a series of pavilions that echo waves and wind patterns coming from the Pacific Ocean. This LEED platinum -certified development, designed by William McDonough + Partners , is a small organic farm and residence dedicated to restoring native ecology of meadow grasses and coastal live oaks.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/leed-certified-meadow-farm-is-a-smal...

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