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The glazed envelope and overhang of the new studio puts the material collage on full display. It is designed in the Miesian pavilion tradition, a study in planes and columns. A crushed stone perimeter fills in the carport and steps to the courtyard. Wittman explains: “We wanted to continue the blurring of Japanese landscape design with modernists like Mies van der Rohe and Frank Lloyd Wright.”  Modern Spaces in the Pacific Northwest by William Lamb from A Blissful Retreat Replaces a Scrap-Filled Yard in Seattle
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