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products 1 | C. Crane Company The GeoBulb from C. Crane Company is an LED bulb that uses half the energy of a compact fluorescent bulb, contains no hazardous mercury or lead, and lasts up to 10 years of daily use. It brings LED bulbs up to the brightness of incandescents but only uses about 10 percent of the power. 1 2 2 | This panel is from B+N Industries’ collection of wood-carved relief panels, which are available in 13 patterns and are made from reclaimed and recycled wood veneer—Douglas Fir, Western Redwood (pictured here) and Asian Teak. 3 | Kohler’s two-piece, gravity-fed Persuade toilet with dual-flush technology offers users a choice of 1.6 gpf for solid waste and 0.8 gpf for liquid waste. The toilet is operated by a twobutton actuator in the top of the tank’s lid. 4 | Dune Contract The OSS collection, designed by Richard Shemtov, is made using FSC-certified lumber, formaldehyde-free MDF, aluminum, and recyclable polyester fiber. The seating line is available in two models: 8-ft. round and 20-ft. by 8-ft. oval. 12 | May/June 2009 3 4

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Green & Design - May/June 2009

Green & Design - May/June 2009
LEED v3: A Highly Evolved Solution
Book Review
Learning Curve
Environmental Trends in Kitchen Design
The Butterfly Effect
Eastern Promise
Social Science
Retail Remedy
They Speak for the Trees
Up to the Challenge
Here Come the Lawyers
Green Gets Political
The Hardest Part of Being Green
Products: Designer’s Picks
Sources and Ad Index

Green & Design - May/June 2009