April 22, 2005 | Business Section | By Toby Mantheny
Architect's environmentally conscious work earns recognition.
Nathan Good remembers a time when his projects included a $20 million, 36,000 square-foot bachelor pad in Boulder, Colo.
Good, a Salem architect who pursued undergraduate architecture studies in California during the 1970s energy crisis as well as in energy-conscious Denmark, found the wasteful use of space a cultural shock.
"We did a lot of energy-efficient things in that home, but there was something fairly absurd about it," he said.
Good's current focus promises to be truly green: consulting on or designing small, energy-efficient homes, even for ...