Green Design Centre Comes to Castlefield

Last week I contributed my first post to new Toronto city mag, The Grid, where I introduced readers to ‘g’ Green Design Centre, a retail outlet specializing in eco-friendly building materials, fixtures, finishes and housewares. The brainchild of LEED-accredited architects Joe Caricari and David Lee, ‘g’ Green Design is the first Canadian outpost for the fledgling Massachusetts-based retailer. In the photo below, the tabletop is made of Paperstone, the Haworth cradle-to-cradle chairs are fully recycled and recyclable, and the carpet tiles from Canadian manufacturer Belletile are also composed entirely of recycled material. Check out my post at The Grid and definitely stop into ‘g’ for advice and inspiration on how to build your very own green house.

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Monday, May 30, 2011 by Chris
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  1. Environs Says:

    It’s good that some furniture businesses are being innovative in introducing eco-friendly articles for home and office use. With the advent of the “Green Home” concept, people moving in to new apartments should strive to get their homes furnished with eco friendly furniture and fixtures and illuminate them with eco friendly energy saving lights !

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