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Miller Boat House, Casey Key, Sarasota, FL, 1946 (with Ralph Twitchell) Project Not Built


 

"The Miller Boat house is of reinforced concrete and lime block, with modular cypress frame at boat level. At the upper or road level, facing east and overhanging Little Sarasota Bay, it is protected completely from the gulf and road by giant oaks and opens to the board expanse of protected water. The total living area is conceived as one space with sliding and fixed glass that separates the balcony over the bay from the indoor space carefully planned for adequate light and wind control."

"Boat House, Rudolph & Twitchell, Architects." Arts and Architecture 65 (August 1948): 34-35.



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