Not quite the star ship Enterprise, but close. This mechanical room hosts most of the active and passive green technologies that power 60 Bragg Hill.
Posted 01.25.12 in Category: Panorama Photos,Green Technologies
Redefining sustainability by hand: reclaiming old oak beams for its third use in three hundred years.
Posted 10.03.11 in Category: Construction,Evolution of Design,Land Stewardship
Wall Rash can be a huge problem, especially with all of the lighting, audio visual, HVAC and other technologies that need switching. Here’s how we used Lutron technologies to eliminate this eye-sore and give us our walls back.
Posted 09.25.11 in Category: Green Technologies
Fabricating the massive staircase for 60 Bragg Hill required a marriage of wood, steel, computer technology and hand forging.
Posted 09.15.11 in Category: Construction,Evolution of Design
Living in a home made of concrete is preferable, especially in a hurricane.
Posted 08.31.11 in Category: Construction
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Like a symphony orchestra, the Superior Woodcraft team hand crafted a very technical and challenging kitchen design with grace and style.
With a house this tall, installing drywall is not for the acrophobic.
Geothermal technology: it’s messy to install, but well worth it.
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