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Norris Architecture
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Prairie Style home filled with custom touches from the windows to the rafter tails. Upon entering the home there are views in all directionis hidden courtyards, small intimate spaces contrastnig with large soaring spaces.Skylights and strategicly placed windows fill the spaces with light. Architect of record Ferguson Smith Architects
“The L hallway, note the interesting window /door grills” — krini
Norris Architecture
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Prairie Style home filled with custom touches from the windows to the rafter tails. Upon entering the home there are views in all directionis hidden courtyards, small intimate spaces contrastnig with large soaring spaces.Skylights and strategicly placed windows fill the spaces with light. Architect of record Ferguson Smith Architects
“Patio Overhangs” — mlcosley
Norris Architecture
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Prairie Style home filled with custom touches from the windows to the rafter tails. Upon entering the home there are views in all directionis hidden courtyards, small intimate spaces contrastnig with large soaring spaces.Skylights and strategicly placed windows fill the spaces with light. Architect of record Ferguson Smith Architects
Norris Architecture
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Brooks
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Prairie Style home filled with custom touches from the windows to the rafter tails. Upon entering the home there are views in all directionis hidden courtyards, small intimate spaces contrastnig with large soaring spaces.Skylights and strategicly placed windows fill the spaces with light. Architect of record Ferguson Smith Architects
“transom windows” — Jeremy Newell Design Inc.
Norris Architecture
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Brooks
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Prairie Style home filled with custom touches from the windows to the rafter tails. Upon entering the home there are views in all directionis hidden courtyards, small intimate spaces contrastnig with large soaring spaces.Skylights and strategicly placed windows fill the spaces with light. Architect of record Ferguson Smith Architects
“Windows” — mayeri1
Norris Architecture
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GreatRroom
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“Hardwood floor” — landbeaton
Norris Architecture
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Pool
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“if on a slope why not have an infinity pool” — masterkohli
Norris Architecture
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Pool
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“Like the hottub overflow” — eklindt
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