Kansas City has an urban architectural character, inside and outside. Warm wood gives this urban home style rough barn was saved from the local and regional reclamation remodels oak, giving this home design distinctive taste. This sustainable house has more than meets the eye, like a system of rain water recycling, radiant floors, tankless water heaters and solar, photovoltaic, tiles, insulation and recycling, passive ventilation, thermal stone walls, natural lighting, dual-and low-flush toilets and shower heads, and the roof garden in the works. Timber clad house attraction combines the elements of nature with industrial-chic, artfully blending the house with inspiration inspiration and cooperation. Large windows create a feeling outside the home, which is enhanced by all the details of the timber. A feature of contemporary floating staircase steps and fences made of pipes, adding an authentic loft-style flair to the room. Architect Lauren and Eric Wendlandt Kansas City with skeleton-based architectural design firm is the brain behind this 6500-sq .- ft. home which includes sustainable residential, commercial, and workshops in one room.