January 15, 2020

Eneref Institute examines how a luxury home focused on sustainability and structural integrity.

“Everywhere you are in the house, you’re just one window or one view away from the exterior.” 

Sustainability And Structural Integrity Drive Design in Luxury Florida Home

The breezy Palm Beach island spirit of was echoed by Lillian Fernandez Interiors. Fernandez’s team has set a pivotal and fresh standard for Palm Beach residences, focusing not just on reflecting the area’s famously relaxed aesthetic but also on sustainable, earth- friendly design.

By using natural interior daylight (NID) as a primary light source, Lillian Fernandez Interiors and her team helped reduce global carbon emissions while enhancing the home’s allure. If the US were to maximize all available energy- efficient technologies — as demonstrated in the Fernandez home — the country could reach
40% of the carbon emissions reductions needed to meet the Paris Climate Agreement goals.

“We are all about sustainability,” explained Lillian Fernandez, who was interviewed for
this Eneref Report. “It’s very important to us.”

Advocacy Report, Code for Climate, Right to Daylight