The interior designer behind a new home that is designed to save its residents from being wiped out by the effects of global climate change said on Thursday that the home will help them survive.
The design, dubbed “Crowned City,” is an urban retreat in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains that combines a “green” design with traditional homes.
It features an open living area with natural light and natural ventilation, a natural pool, a fireplace, and a rooftop terrace, as well as a pool and garden.
It’s the first home in the U.S. that incorporates this design, which has been criticized by some critics as an over-simplification of traditional design.
The architect, Joomla Interior Design, is an acclaimed landscape architecture firm that specializes in contemporary and contemporary design.
In 2015, it was awarded a Design Award by the National Endowment for the Arts, and in 2017 the U: Design Award was given to it.
The designers plan to build the home in 2017.
It is the first design of its kind in the United States and the first in Canada, according to a press release from the architects.
It has a projected price tag of $200 million.
The project was designed by local artist Joomloa Zulu, who previously designed homes in Portland, Oregon and Seattle, Washington.
The designers are now working with the Oregon Coast Conservancy, the Portland Conservancy and the U of A, the Northwest’s largest public university.
The house will be built on a 300-acre, 4,000-square-foot parcel of land located on the Columbia River in the Cascade foothills.
The interior will be designed to reflect the land’s natural settings and natural surroundings.
The home will also incorporate some elements of the local landscape.
The Columbia River is the most active source of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, contributing more than a fifth of the carbon emissions in the state.
Its waters, which supply drinking water for thousands of people, have a low nutrient content and are a vital part of local ecosystems.
The home’s design has received some criticism from climate activists and many people have been concerned about the impact that the house could have on the climate.
The designer said on Twitter that the design aims to “make a place that is beautiful, that is safe and that provides a balance of nature and human activity.
It’s not going to kill people, it’s not the end of the world, and it’s really just a place where people can be happy and have fun.”
The design is based on the design of a similar home by the late architect Frank Lloyd Wright, who also designed the White House in Washington.
In addition to the design, the designers plan the home to include features such as a “living garden,” “living room,” and a “vacant courtyard.”
“We know how important the river is in the Columbia, but we also know that we have to think about what the future looks like in that river,” said the designers in a press statement.
“The design of Crowned City is about combining the two.”
This story has been updated.