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The rear addition is clad in James Hardie’s Fiber Cement siding.
Designed in 1960, the house was originally a lodge to accommodate horse trails.
Wood from the property’s felled trees was incorporated into every room in the 3,000-square-foot house.
The structure's white stucco second story nods to the architecture of traditional tree houses and is used as sleeping...
The Baumann family residence in Gowanus, Brooklyn, is all geometry up front, with a rectilinear grid of steel and...
At the lower left, polycarbonate panels glow under the cantilevered, vertically-seamed sheet-metal facade. Photo...
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