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  • lamont lofts, washington, d.c.

    This former laundry plant is rare in the nation's capital, as were adaptive reuse projects in its Petworth neighborhood. Bonstra | Haresign's subtle redesign perked up a cheerless façade and set a precedent that other developers have since followed.

  • going green, affordably

    Say green design, and what comes to mind are geothermal heat pumps, tankless hot water heaters, and roofs that plug into the sun. The most recognizable green features are also the priciest, and sustainable design is still viewed as an upgrade that only the well-off can afford. While there's some...

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  • sources

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  • Tanks Again

    Richardson Architects: Rinnai's on-demand tankless water heaters deliver a continuous supply of hot water for as long as needed and the full line of heaters range between outputs of 15,000 to 237,000 BTU.

  • Hot Spot

    Michelle Kaufmann Designs: Takagi tankless water heaters conserve energy and are offered in a variety of capacities.

  • Run, Spot, Run

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  • Giving Tanks

    Fung + Blatt Architects: Noritz's on-demand tankless gas heaters efficiently heat water only when it's needed.

  • basic training

    This Miller/Hull Partnership project focuses on the sustainable basics of responsible orientation, passive heating and cooling, and sensitive site preparation.

  • pièce de résistance

    Fypon: Wood is great for exterior trim, but Mother Nature can wreak havoc on its structural integrity. So Anderson opts for Fypon polyurethane molding instead, calling it “an economical solution for trimwork,” particularly in historic districts.