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Outdoor, Shrubs, Grass, Front Yard, and Trees The residence is set back a few feet from the site’s edge, allowing more light to flood into neighbors’ windows and leaving space for trees. “The idea was to make a strong gesture to incorporate ideas 

of openness,” Lynch explains. “It’s not just a box if you look at it closely. It’s a series of planes that fit together."  Brick Houses from Around the World  by Matthew Keeshin from A Brick-Clad Modern Family Home in Chicago