With its glass walls and soaring 20 foot ceilings in the living/dining/entertainment space, the architect demonstrates that “green” can also be dynamic. Designed by Jonathan Davis, an architect with three and a half years background at Frank Gehry & Associates working on projects such as the Walt Disney Concert Hall, he is recognized nationally for his mission of bringing together sustainable design, green technologies and environmentally sound materials while in consideration of the environmental specifics of each site and the health and happiness of the owner. A well planned clean lined design for modern living is unified with the use of concrete floors and industrial components set against warmer wooden accents. Some of the building’s green features include: solar panels for hot water and heating, low-emitting paints and finishes, Formaldehyde-free insulation, energy efficient lighting, appliances, heating and cooling systems, live/work floor plans, and drought-resistant landscaping. The open floor plan allows for easy flow from one area to another while still providing modern style and function. The large walls of windows allow for floods of natural lighting – perfect for conserving energy as well as adding yet another modern, architectural element.The twenty foot ceilings provide ample wall space for displaying artwork or photographs. The multi-level design of this unit also allows for some separation between the public areas and the more private spaces.