k. Impluvium House

The house was designed for an Octogenarian artist, and required much light and gallery space for the artists many paintings.

The home completed in 2002 received an AIA Design Award in 2006.
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“the design” — malikhines2
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“sloped roof, garage and living space” — Tina Matney
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“Austin architect” — cornmill
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“House lines” — ballyhoogirl
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“Side yard tile” — Kim Callaghan Brandon
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“Raised pool” — pigweed53
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“Backyard” — jackie_222
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“New corridor layout” — hurleyhunt
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“dark concrete floors” — paul121870
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“Wall Colors” — rockstarzay
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“客厅的结构” — siemenzem
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“metal sink...red walls” — sandrajoyfisk
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Workspace nook carved out of corner © Paul Bardagjy Photography
“office niche” — amy3stillwell
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