"Home Run" House Project

What is the Home Run House?

In 2018, Madsonian Museum founder, architect David Sellers, designed and built a project in rural Warren, Vermont he calls the “Home Run” house. Designed to endure for 500 years, the structure exemplifies innovate design and sustainability in keeping with the Madsonian mission.  The house is intended to provide a forum for design experimentation from which architects, builders, craftspeople, students and others can learn.  

Owned by the Madsonian, the Home Run House is available for event and guest rentals.  To inquire, call 802 496 6611.

Design Highlights: 

• Living wall of self-watering plants

• Swing-out wall in main bedroom allows “Sleeping under the Stars”

• Moveable walls for flexible room configuration 

• “Take-out” food window off kitchen 

• Sliding wall allowing indoor/outdoor summer living  

Learn More

The house is featured in the fall 2018 issue of Vermont Ski+Ride, where it is referred to as “The House of the Future.” Read the story at "Find out More."

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