Saturday, November 08, 2008

sustainable modern architecture

The Chestnut Residence in Newport Beach, California (architect Dan Heinfeld's personal residence) incorporates low VOC paints and no-paint plasters, recycled terazzo floors, and a cool roof/solar array system to provide power with the aim of being a sophisticated modern sustainable home.

Inhabit has a full write-up on the property and its integration of green building strategies.

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