Beauty and sustainability are in total merriment in the beautiful Shayan House in the Mission Hills area of San Diego. This is the first LEED Gold-Certified home in San Diego, and it's more than 23% more energy efficient than required by California standards, which are already the most ambitious in the nation. The finishes in this home are simple, such as polished concrete floors, gallery-white walls, Caesarstone counters, walnut cabinetry, and white-painted cinder block. It is truly an example of beautiful mid century design meets 21st century sustainability.
Images found in Dwell, July/August 2013 issue. Read the full article online here.