A: “Green” design is kind of an overused, ambiguous term, I think. Don’t get me wrong - I’m all for using “green” materials and ecologically friendly building practices. But I worry that the term “green” is just a trend and is used way too heavily as a marketing tool. I recently read an article in a kitchen and bath publication that was entitled “Sustainable Trends”. Isn’t this a bit of an oxymoron? To be sustainable means an entirely different thing than being trendy.
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Anyone else want to share their thoughts? Is “green” an overused marketing term...or the future of design? Or is it both?
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