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Contractor Mitch probably figured that if he took off the plastic covers from the windows, I would be so excited I would forget about how long it is taking to finish my house. It worked. This is the first time I could get a sense of what it will be like to be in the house once completed sometime the middle part of this century. It is exactly the space I want to live in. I was so pleased I told architect Joan she could have anything she wanted for the outside. I might hold back on titanium clad flying buttresses, but, other than that, she is free to make any kind of architectural statement she wants (sort of).
If God is in the details, in my house, he is residing in the steel doors and windows. I know it would have been half the cost and certainly a quarter of the time with store front aluminum windows, but I am so glad I didn’t cut corners there. Now I might be cursing and screaming when the rain, wind, and snow come blowing in and the double-paned glass frosts over from the inside, but right now I am so pleased. Here they are:
From top: Pre-frosted front door; view of kitchen area; view from living room to my bedroom; bedroom view