see how gorgeous green can be

this weekend september 20-22, 2007:
west coast green! a residential building conference & expo at the bill graham civic auditorium here in san francisco.
shown above is the phinney ridge remodel ~ with an entirely green & modern remodel, it sold within two days of going on the market.
the project architect (blip design) followed the built green remodeler checklist that is specifically designed for home remodels or additions. quite lovely, isn't it?


patricia gray inc.com said...

I try to do all my renovation for my clients as green as possible. It just makes sense. There are so many new and innovative products available. Thanks for the link to the "build green remodeler checklist". This is a very good resource.

J Lee said...

i love this. i think it's so important to think green when designing. along side what patricia said, i think there's so much out there for us now in terms of environmentally friendly products and services that it's irresponsible on our part not to think green.

great post!


studio wellspring said...

i couldn't agree more ladies ~ the green design movement is what inspired me to change careers and follow my dreams of becoming an interior architect. when i start my own firm green design principles will be the corner stone.

Calie Anderson, C.I.D. said...

I wish I could have gone to this event, but I had too much going on.

Anj, sounds like we go to a lot of the same events, maybe we should go together sometime. Maybe the Western Interiors home show at the end of October?

studio wellspring said...

great idea calie ~ i'll shoot you an email!