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Design and PlanningArchitecture and Design | Floor Plans

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Build It Green! 2008: The Kelley Home's Main Floor Video: Build It Green! 2008: The Kelley Home's Main Floor Online Membership Required

For starters, the simple modular plan optimizes daylight and cross ventilation

Recycled Rubber Flooring
Recycled Rubber Flooring

Durable, slip resistant, and resilient, rubber floor tiles are green and easy to install

What's Green in Brooklyn?
Video: What's Green in Brooklyn?

Tour the IceStone plant where recycled glass and concrete combine into countertops and floors

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