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It's a stupid title. The idea seems to be more along the lines of a house that will be easier to fix in the future. But that assumes that we'll have the same (or similar) building materials for the next 500 years and the same (or similar) climate.

I see nothing about that house that will make it any more likely to last 500 years than most other houses. And if a house will last 500 years, why not 1,000?

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No mentions of the R-values he got with that outer jacket, nor of how he met any kind of codes. There is likely lots more exposed NM than he showed us.

The publisher of a line of books I like called Wooden Books lives in an 800 year old house in Wales, so what is so new about this design?

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