We’re at Dwell on Design today to give attendees a first look at home designs for our Fort Peck project. If you’re not at Dwell, you can check out the renderings below. We’re thrilled to share this great work with our friends around the world.
Make It Right is partnering with the Sioux and Assiniboine tribes of Fort Peck, Montana to build sustainable homes on their reservation. This year we will build the first twenty Cradle to Cradle-inspired homes for tribal members in need of housing. Currently, more than 600 people are waiting for homes.
Architects and designers from GRAFT, Sustainable Native Communities Collaborative, Architecture for Humanity, Method Homes and Living Homes spent four days meeting with tribal members before developing their designs.
See their beautiful designs below – and click here to support our work with Native American tribes.
GRAFT home design
“One of the most fascinating aspects of working with Make It Right is the real collaboration with the community. This kind of relationship with the community is the real success of Make It Right projects.”
– Christoph Korner, founding partner, GRAFT
Architecture for Humanity home design
“We are enthusiastic about these home designs that reflect traditional life ways while exemplifying deep green public-impact architecture.”
– Nathaniel Corum, architect, Architecture for Humanity
Method Homes home design
“The community engagement in the design process and overall mission of creating a holistically sustainable community have been inspiring to witness.”
– Brian Abramson, co-founder, Method Homes
Living Homes home design
“We believe Make It Right’s Fort Peck project will set a standard for sustainable community development.”
– Steve Glenn, founder, Living Homes
Sustainable Native Communities Collaborative home design
“As a tribal designer working in Indian Country, I feel we have an obligation to design and build housing that is tied to the culture, community and place of Fort Peck.”
– Joseph Kunkel, architect, Sustainable Native Communities Collaborative
Which is your favorite? Tell us in the comments section!