I am listening to an intriguing book right now – At Home – a short history of private life by Bill Bryson. So far it has been a fascinating insight into the many things that make up our homes and how they came to be. His statement about comfort really hit home (pun intended), especially with the work I am doing with homes. He discusses the long-standing human quest for comfort, especially in our homes. Comfort. That’s key to what we want now too. Matter of fact, it’s one of the primary benefits of a green or greener home. Our continual quest for comfort is much more attainable than in most of our history. Our knowledge and experience teaches us that we can keep improving, especially as the world around us continues to change.
Want to see a home designed for comfort, as well as high performance? The Oasis Open House, May 30th will offer you a chance to see many different building and interiors practices and building products that contribute to comfort and high performance. There are likely many contributors to human comfort that you may have never considered, and just as many more that do. A quality, long-lasting home that is also comfortable combines these elements to result in a more comfortable home for you, its occupants. Like many things in life, comfort means something a bit different to each of us. For me comfort is even temperature with no drafts, and a hot shower (my hands and feet seem to be cold a lot)! What’s your hot button for comfort? See you at The Oasis Open House, May 30th for a first-hand look at comfort in style! If you aren’t in town, be sure to click on the link to learn more about The Oasis and its many elements in the Project link and the Gallery link.
The Oasis Open House – RSVP on The Oasis Facebook event
Saturday, May 30 at 10:00am – 6:00pm
Open to the public 10am to 6pm Parking ONLY at Silver Creek Elementary School, 207 N. Dewey St. Troy IL 62294. Shuttles to Open House.