Louver House by LSS
by Harry / December 27, 2011
Via @archdaily, a house on Long Island, New York that captures "the qualities of traditional barn structures (generous spaces; repetitive timber frames)".


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"The main space, an open living, dining and kitchen hall, opens to a billiard room below, and to a mezzanine and a ceiling-scape of delicate three-dimensional hybrid wood-and-steel timber frame members and slot skylight above. An immense stone fireplace divides this hall from the outdoor, screened porch beyond." More at LSS. Photos: Paul Warchol.

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