Gallery: Rainwater-Harvesting Seattle Residences Aiming For LEED Platin...

 
Overall the building uses 100,000 gallons per year less than one built up to standard code-based construction.

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  1. lazyreader January 13, 2011 at 8:21 am

    I’ve seen crack houses and meth labs with more style. Then they built gardens and landscaping to absorb rain, only to hide it behind a labyrinth of berlin walls. Sorry, when ever I see ugly apartments I think of the former Soviet Union, but forgot that Russia actually has pretty buildings and Seattle only has the Space Needle.

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