JG: Project7ten

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We’re no longer in rendering stage, this is the real deal. Project7ten is built and ready for viewing. Actually, it’s ready for sale if: (1) it hasn’t already been sold, and (2) you’re in the market for one of the greenest, most modern homes in California. Interestingly, this house is the first conventionally- constructed LEED Platinum home in the state. Located at 710 E. Milwood Avenue in Venice, California, it probably doesn’t get much better than this. Check the images. I get this plush, radiant, rainforest vibe from the images. So colorful and clean. Anyone else agree? This is definitely more contemporary than minimal, or modern even, but I really like what they’ve done. If you watch the slide show, you’ll see a NASCAR-esque wall of sponsors. I bet your friends don’t have that!

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::article written by Preston, of Jetson Green – original article entitled Project7ten, The Real Green Deal. These articles from Jetson Green on MNP’s Green Tuesdays are part of a feature you can find here every week – just click any Tuesday in the calender and enjoy! And for more ‘green’ news + info, head on over to Green.MNP::

Posted: November 13th, 2007
at 7:00am by orangemenace


Categories: architecture,green arch,housing,installation

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  1. I love this project, and I’m glad it’s getting the attention it is.
    Hopefully it will help grow the public’s interest in green building methods.

    Andrew

    16 Nov 07 at 4:36 pm

     

  2. AMAZING HOUSE I LIKE IT IS NICE, VERY NICE….

    LUCIA BRENIZ

    27 Nov 07 at 3:15 pm

     


 

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