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Did you know that “being green” doesn’t have to come at the cost of aesthetics?
Most New Yorkers are too busy for breakfast and either pick up something from the food carts that sit on almost every street corner or subsist on coffee until lunch. But to emulate a typical New Yorker’s weekend, or a rare day off, take your time and head down to the legendary Tea and Sympathy between West Village and Greenwich Village – a tiny English cottage that serves top-notch bangers and mash fare.
For millennia natural stone has been prized for its ability to keep houses cool in hot climates. Long before air conditioning, the low thermal conductivity of stone made it an ideal material for homes built in some of the most inhospitable environments – even today the thick walls and cool interiors of stone houses built thousands of years ago continue to offer respite from the heat.