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Notes from the Underground

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“I used to care about how buildings looked on the outside,” says Malcolm Wells, a charming, self-deprecating man with a bushy beard
that is more salt than pepper. “Phew, that was so self-centered of me. Now I care only about the physical effects of architecture.”

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  Wells’ exterior designs for two houses with the same floor plan were published by Popular Science in 1989.
    Wells’ exterior designs for two houses with the same floor plan were published by Popular Science in 1989.
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  The Locust Hills project.
    The Locust Hills project.
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  The Hess house nestles deeply into the earth. Though the structure is almost fully submerged, natural light is a key component.  Courtesy of: Rendering courtesy Malcolm Wells.
    The Hess house nestles deeply into the earth. Though the structure is almost fully submerged, natural light is a key component.

    Courtesy of: Rendering courtesy Malcolm Wells.

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