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Terry Grace

I find this project very interesting! I like almost everything about it that I can determine from the description and picture. I have a few questions: How much of a premium cost did the owner have to make for this level of environmental modification? The amount of available natural light seems fairly good, except on the the first floor. What is the level of natural light available throughout the home? Lastly, how many of these environmental adaptations can be reasonably retrofitted into an existing home? Thanks, Terry

Terry Grace

I find this project very interesting! I like almost everything about it that I can determine from the description and picture. I have a few questions: How much of a premium cost did the owner have to make for this level of environmental modification? The amount of available natural light seems fairly good, except on the the first floor. What is the level of natural light available throughout the home? Lastly, how many of these environmental adaptations can be reasonably retrofitted into an existing home? Thanks, Terry

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