Design Anthology

Listening to the Land

While the Reed House’s gabled, pine-clad form was inspired by the , a more thorough inspection of the thoughtful detailing and sophisticated composition shows it as a contemporary construct. This amalgamation of old and new represents the approach of its designer,

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