Muennig’s Cooper Point Home

 

Wall Street Journal’s Magazine has a great article on eco-architect Micky Muennig’s Cooper Point Home. Take a look.

This house on Cooper Point, with its budding roof of wild grasses and California poppies, is one of his most impressive projects yet. It’s part of an expansive garden that, theoretically, stretches all the way down to the Pacific Ocean. Part hobbit hole, part high-tech habitat, it’s a perfect blend of old hippie values and the newest in green thinking. “The lifestyle was what really drew me here,” Muennig says. “I always dreamt of living freely in a small cabin.” -WSJ. Magazine

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