YesterTec Design Company
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YesterTec's 'Green' Story / LEEDS contemporary-kitchen

YesterTec's 'Green' Story / LEEDS

The 'Green' Strategy that most architects and developers are looking for these days involves Leeds Credits. To earn Leeds (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification from the U.S. Green Building Council requires a project to collect various certification points.

The Stealth Kitchen Module line shown here features several qualities that can qualify for Leeds points: Wait, where is the kitchen?

The biggest feature is the ability to save space in multi-task open floor plans by hiding the kitchen and allowing the design of the space to become smaller and uncompromised by a messy kitchen all the time.

We can use urea-formaldehyde free plywoods for the interiors and formaldehyde free MDF sheets which are used as a base for plastic laminate (ie Formica) for some of the door designs. Architects can spec the ‘Green’ brand and color of plastic laminates that they want to use.

Low Emitting Materials: Wilsonart Type II Adhesive

Most of the Hardwoods are harvested within 500 miles of our factory that is located in the northeast.

Renewable resources like Pine and Bamboo doors and drawer fronts can be specified.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

ccdakotah added this to concealing items in the kitchen
May 26, 2014
LOVE that everything is hidden!!!!
Chelsea Powell added this to Modern
January 5, 2014
Tile walls and wood floors
gpspanos added this to gpspanos's Ideas
September 28, 2013
hid kitch2
jlquillan added this to Basement
May 28, 2013
It looks really modern and clean. That's why I love contemporary styles, it just looks clean and fresh.
janaleecarter added this to janaleecarter's ideas
March 1, 2013
tile floor
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