Green and Clean

Streshinsky, Maria
May 2007
Washingtonian Magazine;May2007, Vol. 42 Issue 8, p178
The article features several bathroom designs that are energy and water efficient. One example of an energy efficient bathroom is the bathroom of Chris VanArsdale of Kalorama, Washington, D.C., which features a door made of bamboo. The bathroom at the family farm of Zach Wilson in Calvert County has windows that allow the low winter sun to warm the room. The house of GBO Construction founder Chris Vanarsdale uses photovoltaic and solar thermal panels.


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