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