Although not exactly revolutionary and a bit relentless with the product placement (did someone say Kohler?), the above clips from SpacesTV's "Built Green" series still provide a good water-conservation 101-style "before and after" glimpse into the renovation of an inefficient and rather over the top (there is some serious marble and mirror porn going on) master bathroom in a Fort Lee, N.J. townhouse constructed in the 1980s. The end result is sleek, stylish, and undoubtedly more sustainable, but I have to wonder what happened with all that renovation waste ... 

 

Via [SpacesTV]

Matt Hickman ( @mattyhick ) writes about design, architecture and the intersection between the natural world and the built environment.