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by Janey Bennett, © 2017 by ORO Editions, used without permission:
And of all the wonderful elements, it's perhaps those simple light boxes––how perfectly they exist where they do––which are the most satisfying.
The remote bedroom with larger bath separates the two spaces more conventionally with a full-height partition. All bedrooms are daylighted from both ends, thanks to glass above door height.
His next ocean-front house, for the Farrars, has a single bent laminated beam 26 inches deep and more than fifty feet long, running perpendicular to the shoreline. you really want to get that book, Tom; Mills rivals Lautner for technical invention and structural and aesthetic bravado . . .