One way to achieve sustainable practices is to rehab an existing building- whether residential or commercial. The embodied energy in the creating of the materials that make up the building is immense- and rehabbing such structures recycles all that energy + the labor that went into its construction.

Herein are a few examples of residential and commercial rehab.

Most of these projects incorporate these attributes:

Exposed brick walls, recycled existing millwork, sustainable interior finishes, recycled wood, recycled construction waste, restored Terra Cotta exteriors/interiors.