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A Sustainable "Case Study" House in California

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A Southern California architect approaches his family home as an experiment in sustainable design.
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  The kitchen and dining area opens onto a patio. Photo by Ken Pagliaro Photography.

    The kitchen and dining area opens onto a patio. Photo by Ken Pagliaro Photography.

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  A view of the house from the front. Photo by Ken Pagliaro Photography.

    A view of the house from the front. Photo by Ken Pagliaro Photography.

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  Photo by Ken Pagliaro Photography.

    Photo by Ken Pagliaro Photography.

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  Another view of the kitchen, which features engineered quartz countertops. Photo by Ken Pagliaro Photography.

    Another view of the kitchen, which features engineered quartz countertops. Photo by Ken Pagliaro Photography.

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  Upstairs, passive ventilation gets an assist from high-efficiency Emerson ceiling fans. Photo by Ken Pagliaro Photography.

    Upstairs, passive ventilation gets an assist from high-efficiency Emerson ceiling fans. Photo by Ken Pagliaro Photography.

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  Another view of the upstairs hallway, which features bamboo flooring. Photo by Ken Pagliaro Photography.

    Another view of the upstairs hallway, which features bamboo flooring. Photo by Ken Pagliaro Photography.

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  A view of the second story from the ground floor. Photo by Ken Pagliaro Photography.

    A view of the second story from the ground floor. Photo by Ken Pagliaro Photography.

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  Lap siding, a brise-soleil awning and white accents are reference the architectural vernacular of this coastal part of Southern California. Photo by Ken Pagliaro Photography.

    Lap siding, a brise-soleil awning and white accents are reference the architectural vernacular of this coastal part of Southern California. Photo by Ken Pagliaro Photography.

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