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Paul Gaitan has created a wonderful brand new Cincinnati row house in one of the most desirable locations
Wright Residence Green Home Tour
Heather and James Kinsman of the Nov 2014 tour encouraged architect Edward Wright to share his update on Mid-Century Modern
They have included hundreds of sustainable organizations in the Tri-State. Learn more at USGBC Cincinnati.
One of the leaders in sustainable design in the Tri-State. We have had many student tours at the home and always learn new things about how high performance homes perform and their care. Limited to 20 guests, contact Chuck Lohre, [email protected],
The Gaitan Residence is on track to be a LEED Silver home. Tour: Sat., Jan 17, 10 am to Noon – Free, Max of 20 people, Registration required, email [email protected] or call 513-260-9025. The home is located in the Cincinnati neighborhood of Over-The-Rhine. Address will be provided when you register.
Attendees receive a great swag bag including info about the local U.S. Green Building Council’s Green Living Member Circle, Greener Stock, Building Value, Being Green in Cincinnati, Park+Vine, Big Ass Fans, Gilkey Windows, Cincinnati Metro, Rumke Recycling and raffle chance for items from Method Home, Cresbi Crate and more.
We’re offering eight 2015 sustainable home tours in the hope that a community of passionate individuals will come together and promote green building in the Tri-State through the local Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council’s Green Living Member Circle. Here are the other tours for 2015:
• Apr 25, 9 till 11 am – Imago for the Earth Conscious Community, Price Hill, Cincinnati, OH
• May 16, 10 till Noon – Boulter Residence, Frank Lloyd Wright Architect, Clifton, Cincinnati, OH
• Sep 12, 10 till Noon – Fritz Residence, Sun Sugar Farms, Verona, KY
• Oct 3, 10 till Noon – Fischer Residence, Milford, OH
• Nov 14, 10 till Noon – Brad Cooper Tiny Home, Cincinnati, OH
Sincerely, Chuck Lohre
“There’s no such thing as a free lunch . . .,“Krista Atkins Nutter, Architect.