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Publication Date: 2014-09-24

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Tour a Country Home that Combines Texas Traditions with English Arts & Crafts Style Designed by Michael G. Imber

For this large and complex house, the clients wanted to use native materials of Texas, but otherwise left the design firmly in the hands of Michael G. Imber Architects. From this directive, the firm first considered the unique architecture developed in the Texas Hill Country during the Great Depression. The design was further refined through the study of country houses and the English Arts and Crafts movement of the late nineteenth century, especially the work of architects Phillip Webb, M. H. Bailiie Scott and Edwin Lutyens. The ultimate design of the home combines these sources into a unique yet familiar and comfortable architecture.


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