The architect Gerrad Hall destroyed the house Renault and inserted a long west facing addition. The upper floor was wrapped in a white wooden screen and chased out the afternoon evening sun. The story below is a constrained combination of concrete and white woodwork. Along one side of the garden, he designed the first floor addition, made the required family room, and offered privacy from the neighbors.
They had a condition that they wanted to bring home. The hall says. And, I seemed to feel persistence. This is not a lightweight glass pavilion. In particular, on the second floor wall, it has a beautiful relationship with the lawn, but the solidity from the western sun and the pouring concrete.