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Architect renovates homes to be more 'green'

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This architect's goal is to renovate existing homes and structures to be more sustainable. Here's how.

Architect Eric Corey Freed wants every building to be a 'green' building. Inspired by his childhood idol Frank Lloyd Wright, Freed's goal is to renovate existing homes and structures to be more sustainable through architectural design, advancements in renewable energy, and the use of recycled metals and glass, and unique woods such as bamboo.

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