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sustainable: kitchen + bath

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    EHDA Grand Award: Primera Terra

    The condo community achieved LEED-Platinum thanks in part to its walkable urban location.

     
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    Random Light LED by Moooi

    An intricate mesh of fiberglass and resin, the updated Random Light pendant holds a warm white LED rated to last 50,000 hours.

     
  • The cross-gable roof on this European-styled home by Knudson Gloss Architects ensures that it can always be outfitted with solar roof panels, regardless of its site orientation.

    Thinking Inside the Box

    BUILDER magazine challenges four architects to design floor plans for today's market inside a 1,500-square-foot box.

     
  • Bath: Common Ground

    While the kitchen is the top-floor living hub, the master bath is service central for lower-level sleeping quarters. To conserve space and energy, Olberding devised a smaller-scale bath that cleverly packs in laundry equipment and ample storage.

     
  • Kitchen: Leed the Way

    Residential architects and home builders around the country know the Neil Kelly Co. name because of its environmentally friendly business philosophy and its highly regarded custom cabinets made of reclaimed or recycled materials. It follows, then, that th

     
  • inside out

    Small, versatile, and sustainable with strong indoor-outdoor ties. These were the goals Tom Lenchek, AIA, had in mind for his own vacation home in the Cascade Mountains. The lone bathroom in this 1,400-square-foot cabin is a microcosm of those ambitions.

     
  • main course

    Brad Burke wants to lead by example, so he designed his home with sustainability firmly in mind. Located on a three-acre site outside San Diego, the house produces more energy than it consumes, and it has as much outdoor living space as interior room.

     
  • raising L

    The residents of this Palm Desert, Calif., home wanted a kitchen design that would allow them to enjoy their meals al fresco. As grandparents, they also wanted a room where they could stay connected with the grandchildren. Their son, the architect, grante

     
 
 
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