GreenPractices

DA+ has long approached design and construction with ecological consciousness. After all, remodeling is the highest art form of recycling homes. Responsible and sustainable design is a result of a creative and collaborative process that involves many disciplines:

  • reducing environmental impact
  • minimizing greenhouse gas emissions, reintegrating ecological systems and limiting exposure to harmful substances
  • helping to improve the environment through regenerative design

green-lightbest practices

Dimovski Architecture is committed foremost to safe workplace practices. That’s why we offer effective green construction solutions that help keep toxic chemicals out of your life for major and minor renovations. Specifying building materials such as:

  • bamboo flooring
  • LED lighting
  • Non-VOC non-toxic Paints.
  • Eco-friendly carpeting that also does not emit chemical odors

strategies

General strategies that our team will consider for your next project include:

  • Energy: increase levels of insulation in walls and attic, insulated windows strategically oriented for passive heating and/or cooling, sun-shading via overhangs or deciduous trees, high-efficiency appliances, furnace and lighting
  • Water: high-efficiency appliances and fixtures
  • Reducing our Carbon Footprint: When possible, local/regional materials sourced, rapidly renewable materials, and certified wood
  • Indoor atmosphere: low-emitting materials, thermal comfort, and daylighting

Green-carpet2roll out the green carpet

While carpets and rugs can be responsibly purchased and installed, the most eco-friendly flooring option is often avoiding them altogether. Here are some of the best alternatives:

  • Hardwood Floors
  • Cork flooring
  • Bamboo
  • Tile & Linoleum

green-houseFor a cleaner, safer, healthier home & city, Dimovski Architecture offers

  • one–on–one privileged consultations for clients;
  • selecting products for clients with their healthy and safety in mind;
  • selecting vendor sites and locations for sourcing materials locally;
  • a mindful eye towards reducing the carbon–impact of materials and construction for our projects;
  • and making informed, smart choices for cleaner, safer, healthier homes and workplaces for us and our grandchildren’s children