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Architect Matthew Swett describes how he transformed a blighted eyesore in a protected historic area in Washington State into a high-performance home that respects its surroundings as well as the future of environment. Incorporating a tight, well-insulated envelope, thermal mass floors, geothermal heating and photovoltaic power, the net-zero meets the needs of his energy-conscious client as well as local preservation authorities. Photo: Denis Hill
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