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Will Pierce Brosnan's New High-Tech Home Be Eco-Friendly?

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pierce brosnan, eco-friendly, high-techThe news is abuzz today over leaked details of Pierce Brosnan’s new electronically tricked-out mansion soon to be built in Malibu, CA. Some of the technology being disclosed is a high-definition home theater system, a security system with pressure sensors in the flooring and infrared lights, blinds that rise at the touch of a button to reveal ocean views, wireless and Bluetooth connectivity, and flatscreen televisions built into the wall of most rooms.

The source did not disclose if the home would be eco-friendly — but we have a pretty good hunch it may be tricked out in that area as well. The UK Guardian seems to think so too with this bit: “The house should also be green – Brosnan will use eco-friendly building products and install solar panels to provide electricity.” Obviously, they’re only guessing — but we like those additions for a start. Might we also recommend:

Pervious Concrete for easy drainage, a green roof, Maglev vertical-axis turbine, native plants and permaculture lanscaping, low-flow, dual-flush toilets, LED lighting, occupancy sensors that reduce lighting and heat when people leave a room, and a passive solar design.

Since Pierce is one of our more “green” celebrities, we hope he invests just as much in making his home eco-friendly as he does in trying to impress Q. What would you recommend?

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