Architects Leslie and Julie Dowling, twin sisters and Michael Graves protégées, created this 1,000-square-foot, single-story home by linking two flat-roofed pavilions together in the shape of a T. The design of this Sonoma County home was inspired by Philip Johnson’s 1949 Glass House in New Canaan, Connecticut.  Photo 15 of 16 in The 7 Main Roof Types—and What You Need to Know About Them from Pools to Dive Into

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Architects and twin sisters Leslie and Julie Dowling designed this single-story, flat-roofed home so that the slim profile of the roof would cantilever over an outdoor patio, providing shape.

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