Green Interior Design of Courtyard Home in Westwood

Located in Westwood Los Angeles-California, three blocks to Century City, It is a “green” Courtyard Home which was produced by architect Tom Robertson, of Ripple Fashion . The house is about 2800+ square feet and the great deal is 6316 square feet, with Interior and exterior courtyards features, New master suite (2009), 25’ residing room vaulted ceiling, Outdoors shower, Veranda off master, Large garden area, Kitchen with limestone counters, Life Supply filtered water program th/out, two-car garage, and a Clerestory windows. The house has been published globally, has been featured in the AIA CaBoom tour, and is made up of the following upgrades: Solar panels, Picture Voltaic Cells, Radiant Warmth, Central Warmth and Air, Steel building, Galvulum metal roof, Ipe sustainable wood flooring, Higher R insulation, Low E windows, Nana walls/doorways/windows,Cast in place concrete, Powder-coated cabinetry, Bisazza tiles + customized architectural tiles.











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