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By Brahma Chellaney
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Chryssa Wolfe
If elegance, sophistication and environmentally friendly features are on your wish list for a new home, you may be in luck. The home at 5420 Galena Place NW, in the Palisades neighborhood of Northwest Washington, offers four stories of luxury and state-of-the-art green design. It was designed and built recently by designer Chryssa Wolfe and Hanlon Design Build,
If you care about the environment and want to revamp your home's interior, you can find a variety of ways to be eco-friendly and also fulfill your design dreams.
A "green attribute" that not every homeowner considers is the use of locally sourced products, said Chryssa Wolfe, president of Hanlon Design Build in the District.
Ms. Wolfe said she prefers the term "thoughtful building" to "green building" because even when something is labeled "green," it may have been shipped from far away or it may not be made of recycled materials.