Tony and Sally Grassi, with the help of architect Matt Elliott, of Elliott Ellio
Tony and Sally Grassi, with the help of architect Matt Elliott, of Elliott Elliott Norelius in Blue Hill, have built a home in Camden that they hope will be a model for green building. Tony Grassi spent three years as chairman of the Nature Conservancy's board of governors, and the couple insisted on energy efficiency, indoor air quality, and a product's eco-friendly life cycle. The house was written up in the "New York Times" Sunday magazine before it was built, and features of the house have been turning up on Maine job sites with far more modest budgets and ambitions.
Green technology, Architects
Moore, Joshua F., "Tony and Sally Grassi, with the help of architect Matt Elliott, of Elliott Ellio" (2007). Maine News Index - Down East Magazine. 3501.
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