One of the tenets of green building is minimum disturbance of the earth. One way of doing this is to build build vertically with a small footprint. 60 Bragg Hill was designed with this philosophy. We knew that the house would be tall. What we didn’t know was the spectacular views that would be reveled to us. Now that the second level ICFs are poured and the structural beams in place, the sub-floor decking can be fabricated.
A tall construction ladder invited us to explore the scene from the upper level. Wow. The veiws in every direction are breathtaking. On a clear day such as this, 20 miles or more visibility would be a common experience. From this perspective the structural components of the home are evident. This will be a strong home. Perched on the top of Bragg Hill, it has to be.