X PRIZE FOR WATER ABUNDANCE

We are proud to be a part of the X Prize for Water Abundance and very excited about the international team we have assembled to tackle this most important issue.

Californication House's record sale in Venice

We're excited to announce that the Californication House, built by David Hertz as a personal residence, has sold for $14.6 million.  

A Venice residence made famous on the series “Californication” has sold for $14.6 million, a record for the beachfront neighborhood, public records show.

The home that sits on a lot of 7,500 square feet in the Silver Triangle consists of four permanent structures connected by three bridges that surround a lap swimming pool. The compound has a combined 5,000 square feet of living space that includes seven bedrooms, a media room and a pool room. An outdoor kitchen, a fire pit, a rooftop deck and a basketball area make up the grounds.

The seller was architect and environmentalist David Hertz, who designed the home in 1995 and describes it as “somewhat of a living laboratory.”
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Lake Nona Institute Impact Forum

We had a great time in Orlando, Florida, for the Lake Nona Institute Impact Forum with Deepak Chopra.  It was an incredible day of discussion and meeting people who are truly dedicated to making the world a better place, and we are so thankful for the opportunity to participate.