Barbies new Eco-Friendly Green House

With a collection of hot pink sports cars and her endless wardrobe, Barbie is a far cry from a sustainability role model.
But now it looks like she may be getting an eco-friendly dream house, after Mattel and the American Institute of Architects (AIA) unveiled the winning entry of the AIA Architect Barbie® Dream House™ Design Competition.
Decked out with solar panels, operable shading and bamboo flooring, this dream house also comes with a low-flow toilet (which in real life could save about 4,000 gallons of water per year) and sink fixtures, all made from locally sourced materials.
Barbie also gets a 1,500-square-foot entertaining space and open chef’s kitchen, a separate library and client-meeting room, a full-floor “inspiration room,” a greenhouse on the roof, and a landscaped garden for her pets.
Recent Harvard graduates Ting Li and Maja Paklar both won the most public votes for their collaborative effort in designing the dream house.
The AIA and Mattel teamed up for the design competition in honor of “Architect Barbie,”]( the newest addition to the career-themed “I Can Be” series, hitting stores August 15.:smiley:

Did you hear Mattel has also released the new Barbie Doll,“Divorce Barbie.” I understand she comes with all of Ken’s stuff.