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Posted By Jill Fehrenbacher On March 15, 2005 @ 12:22 am In San Francisco | 2 Comments

Piper Kujac, San Francisco, Contributing Writer for Inhabitat [1]

Piper is a LEED accredited designer in San Francisco with architectural experience ranging from project manager at C. David Robinson Architects to design consultant at Origo, Inc. [2], developing the Best House Ever [3] business model. Trained in Architecture at the environmentally-conscious University of Oregon, she admits to an obsession with materials and resources and thrives on finding new means and methods of sustainable design. She is co-chair of the NCC Emerging Green Builders [4] committee of the USGBC [5] and teaches a class in Sustainable Project Development [6] at the UC Berkeley Extension. She enjoys knitting, running marathons, and the occasional design competition, winning first prize in the Green Dollhouse Competition [7]. She also loves trekking through virgin rainforests in Oregon, Thailand, Malaysia, and Brazil, where she recently fell in love with Ipe trees.

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[2] Origo, Inc.: http://www.origoinc.com/index.htm

[3] Best House Ever: http://www.origoinc.com/besthouse/

[4] Emerging Green Builders: http://www.emergingbuilders.org/

[5] USGBC: http://www.usgbc.org/

[6] Sustainable Project Development: http://www.unex.berkeley.edu/cat/course1339.html

[7] Green Dollhouse Competition: http://www.greendollhouse.org/index.shtml

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