Chad Cornette
Chad Cornette began his education with hands-on construction while attaining bachelors and masters degrees in architecture from UW Milwaukee and the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture. Chad opened the Cantilever Studio in DePere, Wis. in 2003. A cabinet maker, glass cutter, welder, framer, world traveler and architectural intellect, Chad offers a unique and creative perspective on timeless building and interior design.

9 ways to use sunlight in a home

9 ways to use sunlight in a home

If you are considering ways to bring natural light into your home, keep these ideas in mind.

Building a rustic home with cordwood construction

Building a rustic home with cordwood construction

The ancient method of cordwood building produces beautiful, rustic-looking homes. Like most natural building methods, the tradition of cordwood has a rebirth with the green building movement. The history of cordwood Cordwood structures can be found around the world, with the oldest standing ones in Greece dating back nearly a thousand years.

Ask the Expert: ICF has positive and negative features

Ask the Expert: ICF has positive and negative features

ProudGreenHome: What are the benefits of ICF? Chad Cornette: ICF positives: If you are going to finish the entire basement area, they can be cost effective. If used above grade, is a very durable building shell. Nice insulating qualities and...

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