A view of the lower living space on the ground floor. Green materials used include the FSC-certified cedar on the ceiling, Permlight LED downlights, and a floor of polished concrete with fly ash mix with radiant heating underneath. The couch was designed by Glenn’s interior designer, Heidi Toll Design.
Glenn looks toward the front entrance from the northeast wall of his house. The wall is exposed concrete block with translucent Polygal windows.
On the second floor, an open balcony of FSC-certified tigerwood with a cedar trellis leads into a light-filled study/guest bedroom.
All the cabinetry in the kitchen/dining area, including the door into the parlor bathroom, is FSC-certified maple.
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