A Calabasas-based interior and architectural designer is one of the people behind a sustainable house aimed at educating home builders about a variety of energy saving features.
The interior of the demonstration home, dubbed the VISION House, was designed by Jill Wolff and will be unveiled Sunday in Pacific Palisades.
Wolff's design incorporates many green amenities such as:
- Sustainable furniture made in L.A.
- LED and new sustainable fluorescent lighting
- Furniture & lighting made from reclaimed wine barrels, found objects and car parts
- Car-charging station
- Non-toxic zero-VOC paint, which improves indoor air quality
- Mold-resistant shower and duct systems
- An ultraviolet light air purifier
"My hope is that my work on VISION House Los Angeles will inspire more people to create a home environment that is not only beautiful and inviting, but that also allows them to breathe freer knowing that the paint on their walls is non-toxic, and that their reflective metal roof is reducing cooling costs," Wolff said in a press release.
The unveiling event is on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 1162 Via de la Paz, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272.