floor bathroom as well. At the interior, we used dropped ceilings and furred out walls as space defining elements. Horizontal clerestory windows, vertical lighting slots and feature walls with strategically located cutouts are used strategically to create visual interest. Photos by Mark Brand.
bedrooms and bathrooms to gardens, terraces, and water views. The house's dynamic modern form opens through a glass atrium on the north and glass curtain walls on the northwest and southwest.
In a spread featuring Magnolia Gardens, Northwest Home + Garden Magazine (Nov./Dec. 2006) listed Rhodes Architecture