archimania’s Conservation Hall is a sunken extension that preserves a historic governor’s mansion

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archmania, Memphis, Nashville, sunken courtyard, inner courtyard, courtyard building, underground building, natural light, energy-efficient building, salvaged wood, recycled materials, green materials
archmania, Memphis, Nashville, sunken courtyard, inner courtyard, courtyard building, underground building, natural light, energy-efficient building, salvaged wood, recycled materials, green materials
archmania, Memphis, Nashville, sunken courtyard, inner courtyard, courtyard building, underground building, natural light, energy-efficient building, salvaged wood, recycled materials, green materials
archmania, Memphis, Nashville, sunken courtyard, inner courtyard, courtyard building, underground building, natural light, energy-efficient building, salvaged wood, recycled materials, green materials
archmania, Memphis, Nashville, sunken courtyard, inner courtyard, courtyard building, underground building, natural light, energy-efficient building, salvaged wood, recycled materials, green materials
archmania, Memphis, Nashville, sunken courtyard, inner courtyard, courtyard building, underground building, natural light, energy-efficient building, salvaged wood, recycled materials, green materials
archmania, Memphis, Nashville, sunken courtyard, inner courtyard, courtyard building, underground building, natural light, energy-efficient building, salvaged wood, recycled materials, green materials
archmania, Memphis, Nashville, sunken courtyard, inner courtyard, courtyard building, underground building, natural light, energy-efficient building, salvaged wood, recycled materials, green materials
archmania, Memphis, Nashville, sunken courtyard, inner courtyard, courtyard building, underground building, natural light, energy-efficient building, salvaged wood, recycled materials, green materials
archmania, Memphis, Nashville, sunken courtyard, inner courtyard, courtyard building, underground building, natural light, energy-efficient building, salvaged wood, recycled materials, green materials
archmania, Memphis, Nashville, sunken courtyard, inner courtyard, courtyard building, underground building, natural light, energy-efficient building, salvaged wood, recycled materials, green materials
archmania, Memphis, Nashville, sunken courtyard, inner courtyard, courtyard building, underground building, natural light, energy-efficient building, salvaged wood, recycled materials, green materials
archmania, Memphis, Nashville, sunken courtyard, inner courtyard, courtyard building, underground building, natural light, energy-efficient building, salvaged wood, recycled materials, green materials
archmania, Memphis, Nashville, sunken courtyard, inner courtyard, courtyard building, underground building, natural light, energy-efficient building, salvaged wood, recycled materials, green materials
archmania, Memphis, Nashville, sunken courtyard, inner courtyard, courtyard building, underground building, natural light, energy-efficient building, salvaged wood, recycled materials, green materials
archmania, Memphis, Nashville, sunken courtyard, inner courtyard, courtyard building, underground building, natural light, energy-efficient building, salvaged wood, recycled materials, green materials

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