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Thursday, July 07, 2011

 

A foodie and a green builder create a contemporary North Portland home that deftly combines their sustainability values and socializing lifestyle. See our slideshow below. For the full article, please click here.

The North Portland contemporary home built by Piper Davis and David Rubovits is defined by socializing and sustainability.
The 7-foot-tall windows are important energy-saving elements.
The baker's kitchen is designed for personal and professional use.
Open storage is part of the kitchen's charm.
Piper Davis and David Rubovits in their kitchen.
Piper Davis bakes at home. She's co-owner of Grand Central Bakery.
The kitchen's marble counters are perfect for pie-making.
Open shelving adds convenience to Davis' kitchen.
Art graces the airy stairwell.
The bathrooms are full of natural light and recycled materials.
Sinks and back splashes are made from recycled materials.
Floorplans for the Davis/Rubovits house
The North Portland contemporary home built by Piper Davis and David Rubovits is defined by socializing and sustainability.PHOTO PAULA WATTS

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