Niccolo Casewit AIA
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Company
Environmental Productions
Professional Certification
AIA Architect, MIT Architectural Daylighting Design
Professional Interests
Passive Solar
Remodeling and Additions, Restorations
Accessory Dwellings
Zero Energy
Sustainable Planning
Transit Oriented Developments
Website URL
http://www.EnvironmentalProductions.com

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