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The top floor is one big room with dormer windows and two skylights.
On the left, a ''lava skylight'' at Kilauea, on the big island of Hawaii, gives a glimpse inside the most studied volcano in the world.
In the living room a sloping stone wall has been constructed beneath some of the 26 triangular skylights.
On the far side of the building from the new entrance, another skylight still leaks.
The museum’s vast lobby has never been the most congenial exhibition space, its sprawling emptiness further splintered by light angling down from a tangled ceiling of skylights, ventilation ducts and lighting tracks.
The tube was discovered when the Japanese lunar orbiter SELENE (Selenological and Engineering Explorer) — also known by its nickname, Kaguya — gathered data near the moon's Marius Hills skylight, which is the tube's entrance.
In 2016, Rick Hetzel with Four Square Building Co. added two bedrooms for the kids upstairs and a communal space with a skylight (the project cost about $45,000).
Third floor: Womenswear arranged in what feels like a swanky living room — right down to a velvet sofa, a 1970s-era coffee table, and a skylight.
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