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Childrens’ bedrooms are reimagined as cozy private cubbies, much like sleeper cars on a train.
A Plyboo wall divides the interior of the house.
Most of the house is oriented toward the glass curtain wall overlooking the town of Odawara, save for private areas...
Wood-fiber cement panels by Koa Funen line the interior, and the criss-crossing laminated veneer lumber beams are from...
Norman Millar and Judith Sheine designed the built-ins in the living-dining area, which were made from vertical-grain...
Candy Sarvis loves feeling connected with dinner guests while she cooks.
In the living room, spare Scandinavian design takes center stage.
Lambert pours wine in the kitchen, which is defined by a low concrete-block wall and serves as the home’s central core.
On the rooftop deck is an outdoor fireplace clad in cement board panels, plus a custom wych elm table by Arnold...
A wooden partition separates the dining room from the living room.
The dining area features ebonized quarter-sawn oak cabinetry with travertine work surfaces.
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