Many San Diego homes go green
High energy prices, global warming and the population boom are causing homeowners to take a new look at sustainable housing. Two local architects discuss the trend and how going green can make a diffe
Architects and homeowners are beginning to react to San Diego’s energy demand, as well as the population boom and global warming. Host Tom Fudge speaks with architect Sandra Gramley and architect/green homeowner Charles Roberts about what can be done to save energy and preserve the environment.
- Sandra Gramley , is a local architect who works for Platt/Whitelaw Architects and she also teaches design at The Design Institute.
- Charles Roberts , owns a green home in Ocean Beach and is a local architect.