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Deeds Residence, Siesta Key, Sarasota, FL, 1948-1949 (with Ralph Twitchell)


 

"By the use of full-height glass, the living area and master bedrooms are allowed to borrow all out-of-doors as part of the apparent house space, making the little home seem three times as big as it is. By mere omission of a bay and half of roof, a screened patio, cut into the plan, is visually made an inexpensive part of the dwelling space. By a paradox that should appeal mightily to builders, the less house Twitchell & Rudolph built, the more they had."

"Tailor-Made Houses." Architectural Forum 92 (April 1950): 168.



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