Rill Architects' Retreat in the Woods
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"Simple forms and natural materials were key to the design of this home," says Jim Rill, principal of Rill Architects who, along with project manager James Murray, designed a home that draws attention to the wooded surroundings and takes into account the owners’ openness to innovation.
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