Mark English Architects Featured in Eco-Friendly Metropolitan Home Showcase

Mark English Architects Featured in Eco-Friendly Metropolitan Home Showcase

Posted on 09. Jun, 2009 by in Green Design Aesthetics

Modern by Design, a project sponsored by Metropolitan Home, is offering public tours of 2201 Baker Street from June 20-July 12, in San Francisco. This spectacular renovation project of an historic 7,000 square foot home showcases modern living and design aesthetics with the latest technologies.

Green design features include use of closed-wall and open-wall spray foam insulation on the exterior walls, reducing air leakage by a factor of 10 over conventional batt insulation, interior wall insulation made from recycled blue jeans, EnergyStar rated high-efficiency appliances, Marvin Low-E windows, and reuse of existing materials: sheet metal, copper, timber and brick.

In addition to the eco-friendly, Greenpoint-rated architecture by Mark English Architects, other studios whose work is featured include Martha Angus and Phillip Parton, David Oldroyd & Greg Stewart of ODADA, Min/Day, Jiun Ho, Gary Hutton, Jay Jeffers, Dowling Kimm Studios, Nicole Hollis, Erin Martin, Sand Studios, Steven Miller, and Surfacedesign.

Mark English and Regina Callan of RBR Development collaborated on the project’s design and execution.

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2 Responses to “Mark English Architects Featured in Eco-Friendly Metropolitan Home Showcase”

  1. Buggoogsblini

    01. Jan, 2010

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  2. Interior Designers Manchester

    13. Jul, 2010

    Thanks for this post – I would love to learn more about green and eco design when it comes to interior design for houses. This really interests me so I will be coming back here for sure.
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