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[MUSIC] I would define the low country style, you know, as basically a, a raised living area. You're gonna have a masonry lower level of some sort that's usually a little more utilitarian. I mean, traditionally we would've kept horses underneath there. And then the living spaces are actually elevated along the upper floors, you'll have a fairly grand, or elaborate stairwell that would peel off the front and go up to an upper living area. And, you know, for a couple reasons, I mean low country floods, so that's, you know, part of it, so there's a practicality to it, but it's also it's where the breezes are. Low country's hot and so, the higher you get, the more you have the breezes. And the low country house would generally have tall ceilings. And I think in here we certainly tried to capture the porches and the space and the openness, you know, I, I see it as more low country in spirit.