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A friendlier footprint: Architect Jesse Bornstein’s Green on 19 townhouses in Santa Monica

CHANGING THE LANDSCAPE: Architect Jesse Bornstein's five-unit town home project on 19th Street in Santa Monica -- called Green on 19 -- incorporates more environmentally friendly features than most multifamily housing developments that market themselves as green. Solar panels, for example, are an integral part of the architectural design. The low-water landscaping is dotted with kangaroo paw and black acacia trees. More... • In Santa Monica, architect Jesse Bornstein builds a split-level home for modern living Also in Home & Garden • New looks in wicker, rattan and other woven furniture • Guerrilla gardeners take root in Southern California • How to make seed bombs • Eye Candy: Home & Garden Photo Galleries
CHANGING THE LANDSCAPE: Architect Jesse Bornstein’s five-unit town home project on 19th Street in Santa Monica -- called Green on 19 -- incorporates more environmentally friendly features than most multifamily housing developments that market themselves as green. Solar panels, for example, are an integral part of the architectural design. The low-water landscaping is dotted with kangaroo paw and black acacia trees.

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In Santa Monica, architect Jesse Bornstein builds a split-level home for modern living

Also in Home & Garden

New looks in wicker, rattan and other woven furniture
Guerrilla gardeners take root in Southern California
How to make seed bombs
Eye Candy: Home & Garden Photo Galleries
(Annie Wells, Los Angeles Times)

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