Open To The Future


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Architect Jimmy Sullivan transformed this East Village loft with the future very much in mind. While everything about the place has a synthetic, space-age aesthetic, the condo and its materials prove more natural and eco-friendly than most homes that exist today. Using energy-efficient lighting and appliances — among many other innovations — his work is a model for the next generation of planet-friendly, sustainable living. “There are so many interesting products and materials on the market now that are both environmentally friendly and beautiful,” says Sullivan, who specializes in green design for CitiZen. “There’s really no excuse anymore for designers or architects not to have green design as a primary focus of their work.” Continue reading for more about this state-of-the-art downtown loft.

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