Shavano Park HouseContemporary Exterior
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This second example is a subtler design, in which the opening is a size that's similar to the window next to it, without creating any strong contrast between what is carved and what is not. The cladding gives this portion of the house a Lego-like appearance, going hand in hand with the simplified gable geometry. And this gets at what makes carved corners work: When the form can be grasped in its entirety, then the carving is noticeable and can have a greater impact.