Washington Post | A New American Home for the ages

At first glance, the 8,200-square-foot convertible house built in an exclusive subdivision at a golf and country club here looks like the best party space you’ve ever seen.

At second glance, the house with the retractable glass walls — which instantly transform certain rooms from indoor to outdoor space — looks like a resort hotel complete with several bars, a swimming pool with a swim-up hot tub and flickering glass-enclosed gas fireplaces with programmable lights.

But as you explore the house, you’ll see it’s designed as a multigenerational residence that can function as easily for a young family as for an empty-nester or someone who wants to age in place in their own piece of paradise.

2014 Aurora Awards: Two Trails Clients Received A Combined Total Of 50 Awards!

Summary: The Aurora Awards are presented at the SEBC’s Black Tie Gala/Spectacular at the Rosen center in Orlando, FL on July 26, 2014.  The Award competition recognizes achievements in building design.  As a team member on many of the winning projects Two Trails Inc. is proud to be a part of the client teams that were nominated and won an Aurora Award.

Herald-Tribune: Green Renovation in Sarasota

Article by: Harold Bubil This article highlights a project done by Josh Wynne Construction and Two Trails Inc.  The article reveals the trials and tribultions of restoration projects and the hidden problems that can be costly.  In the end the renovation project is a shining example of a "Green" renovation.  Hit the source link for the full read.

Source Link: Herald Tribune

Two Trails in feature article of EcoHome Magazine!

Rich Binsacca, contributing Editor at EcoHome Magazine wrote a detailed article about the green certifications that The 2012 New American Home achieved for this years International Builders show.  His interview highlights how the home achieved the highest level of green certifications possible, providing insight into the process and by-products of submitting to such standards.  Here is a little hint, it takes a great Builder/Architect, Teamwork, & of course Two Trails! Below is a link to the digital version of the article.

Neighborhood Renaissance Breaks Ground for 13 new affordable, energy-efficient homes in Palm Beach County’s Westgate/Belvedere Community Redevelopment area

West Palm Beach, FL – October 26, 2011 – Terri Murray, Executive Director of Neighborhood Renaissance , announced today the groundbreaking at 2801 Saranac Avenue in Westgate for 13 quality-built, energy efficient, 3-4 bedroom homes meeting green building standards with “Florida-friendly” landscaping to be built south of Westgate Avenue in Palm Beach County.