Sunday, April 1, 2012

Reno Architecture

Here are a few photos from one of Reno's more unique homes.  Certainly not a behemoth of a house, its open floor plan and metered use of half-height walls results in an atmosphere that invokes curiosity and provides privacy at the same time.

Two-level patio at the rear


Living room

Pets guard the kitchen

Glimpse of the dining area


Many thanks are due to the following parties: the owners for their gracious access and continued friendship; the architect, Jack Hawkins, for his excellent work; and Nate and Ethel for their assistance and amazing schlepping skills.

I've taken quite the liking to this type of photography; ultra-technical and still creative in nature, it's both challenging and rewarding.  I'm gonna see what I can do to do some more of this...


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