(Video) Green + Vine: The Residence @ W Hollywood (Part 3/5)

 

The Urban Garden:

Welcome to Vine + Green at the W Hollywood Hotel and Residence, a newly constructed Eco Luxury Living for the green and gorgeous celebrity you! Featuring interview with Nicole Landers, Sustainability Consultant of econnect grp.

 


econnect grp and Van Patter Design bring a new vision of eco-luxury living to the heart of Hollywood: VINE+GREEN, created exclusively for the W Hollywood Residence. VINE+GREEN was born from the W Hollywood Hotel and Residences’ vaunted LEED certification, the largest to date in Southern California.  Perched twelve floors high above the corner of Hollywood and Vine, the one bedroom residence enjoys inspired south facing views, making “green”, breathless. This eco haven combines urban loft sensibilities with an environmental theme that primarily utilizes local (from within a 500-mile radius) eco-manufacturers and artisans – qualifications compliant for LEED regional materials.

Topping the list of our eco-urban luxe collaboration is Cisco Home, an eco furniture designer; todosomething, artisans with a purpose; a new outdoor lifestyle line, HOM Escape in Style by Cisco Brothers; and LED HD flat screens from LG. To organize the space we incorporated The Container Store’s sustainable selections, Royal-Pedic’s organic mattress, LED custom light fixture with IOS LED 6W bulbs and Union Eighteen’s floor coverings made from recycled carpet remnants. Also featured in our urban sanctuary is Animavi’s new concept in refined, urban lounging, as well as exterior foliage design by Inner Gardens. You’ll find these and countless other uncommon offerings in this sanctuary amidst the clouds. Witness, our branding partner, developed the brand concept for this eco-luxe, urban home- VINE+GREEN.

 

For more information please visit 

 

Gatehouse capital

 

the W Hollywood Hotel & Residence

 

Econnect Grp.

 


May Hsu is a Real Estate Professional based in Pasadena, CA, specialize in selling and buying real estate in the San Gabriel Valley.  May is dedicated to promote green building and green real estate practice, health, and environmental issues.

Related posts:

Homemade Insect Repellent using Essential Oils
Wellness with @IvyJoeva: What Mental Illness Can Teach Us (Video)
6 Summer Hike & Swim Spots to Visit in California