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Urban trees
Love the set up and energy of this home.
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romeoslover
I love the retractable shade structure. I think something like this would work in my small backyard.
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Gail Lehman Fine Art

Fantastic job. Wonderful to see your sensitivity to the original architecture and materials. I applaud your design sense to keep the windows open to the light without curtains. It is great pleasure to go to sleep seeing the stars and moon (or even the fog between the trees) and to wake up to the sunrise. As an Abstract expressionist, I was sad to not see any of the work of so present in that era in your home. Please have a look...www.gaillehmanfineart.com

   

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