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Hurricane Michael wreaked havoc on Florida’s Gulf Coast, wiping out almost every structure in places like Mexico Beach. Left standing among the ruins was one house, the “Sand Palace.” It had been designed to survive the big one. Learn from that design and make sure your organization is fit for your environment, has a strong foundation and fundamentals, and passes the cookie test.

As described in Architizer, the owners and architects of the Sand Palace made more expensive and less convenient design choices that made the house capable of withstanding Michael’s fury as all around it failed.

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