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Architect Cary Goodman wasn't afraid to incorporate unconventional materials into the design of his home. Instead of tile, he used concrete panels called Plycem (a silicone-infused concrete board typically used underneath floors and roofs for fireproofing). It is made of 20 percent recycled materials and costs about $1.50 per sq. ft. He used Plycem on the floor, walls and ceiling then added a glass-tile accent.
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