Inspiration From Nature in Architecture

Humans naturally crave a connection to nature and the outdoors. So give them what they want – what they need! Even brief glimpses of nature indoors can lead to significantly healthier, more beautiful spaces.  Nature in architecture truly insulates us from the harsher rhythms of the human world, providing a healing effect through its simple delights and helping us realign our energies to address... Continued

What Is Sustainably Harvested Wood?

It’s easy to assume that identifying sustainably harvested wood is just about the type of wood that’s used, whether that’s woods like bamboo, which are known to be easily renewable, to maple and oak, which are abundant throughout the U.S. and not at risk of dying out. But many more factors should be considered when determining how sustainable your wood really is, including what the product... Continued

How Bark House Celebrated Earth Day

Bark House donated products to support the construction of the Bare Dark Sky Observatory, where every day is Earth Day! Located on the border of Mitchell and Yancey Counties in North Carolina, the Earth to Sky Park's mission is to educate visitors on all aspects of the environment, from earth to sky, and learn how best to protect these rich resources. Continued

How to Create Instant History With Reclaimed Building Materials

With our current age of technology, speed, and convenience, shiny and new is always the fast and cheap solution for building needs. But for the bespoke luxury home as conscious as it is refined, sustainable architecture poses a modern solution both for creating one‑of‑a‑kind, enduring designs and preserving our environment.  One good way to boost the regenerative factor of your architectural... Continued

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