How to build a holiday home in Miami

A home is supposed to be like a vacation home.

But it can be more than that.

A holiday home can also be a place to escape from your everyday life.

“There’s a lot of energy that’s being put into this holiday home,” says Jason Houghton, who is the co-founder and managing director of Holiday Homes Miami.

Houghton is building a holiday house in Miami with the help of his wife, Laura.

They’re planning a six-bedroom, 2,000-square-foot home that’s open to the public.

The couple bought the home in 2008 for $8.8 million.

But when Houghson, an entrepreneur who works as a tech consultant, and his wife moved to Miami from Florida, they noticed that there was a lack of affordable vacation homes in the city.

There was one in their neighborhood, but it was in the middle of the night and it was too expensive to live there, he says.

So Houghons team spent a few months searching for a new location and started working with real estate agent Brian Fiske.

After several months of searching, they finally found the right home.

With a little planning, the couple got to work designing and building the home.

It’s an effort to provide holiday homes in Miami that aren’t just about money, but that also help people experience life in the sun.

For one, they built the home out of recycled materials, which are more environmentally friendly than construction materials.

The house is powered by solar panels, which can generate electricity and use the leftover energy to provide heat, and a large wind turbine.

Instead of using wood, the house uses recycled materials like bamboo, pine, or oak.

Hough’s team also built a solar-powered water-treatment system that captures the waste heat and turns it into electricity.

This is where Hough and Laura come in.

The couple’s home is also being built on the back of a new technology called “biobuilding.”

Biobuilding is the process of building homes on the backs of a large, automated, self-driving robot.

It’s an approach that is a step further than traditional construction.

Rather than building a house out of brick, a robot is used to build the house out.

The goal is to get a large robot to build an entire house out in a relatively short period of time.

While this approach doesn’t always work, Hough says the biobuilding process is a viable solution for holiday homes.

To get started, the Houghs bought an 8,500-square foot house in their local community.

Then they hired a contractor to build out the house on their back yard.

And the house is now up and running.

Now, the homeowners are turning their attention to the city, and they’re going to be turning their focus to the Miami Beach area.

Over the next few years, Haughton hopes to create more holiday homes for Miami and beyond.

The Houghts hope to make them available for people to buy as a holiday gift or sell to raise money for a local charity.

“We hope to see this become a real trend in the holiday market,” Hough told the New York Times.