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    Classic Home 042

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    Exterior Overview of Classic Home 042, Bailey House, Case Study House No. 21, by Pierre Koenig, Architect.

    "The house is a 30-foot by 44-foot (9-meter by 13-meter) rectangle, and the roof structural system extends another 30 feet (9 meters) to encompass the entry and carport. By compressing the plan, Koenig was able to establish a linear progression from the carport and main entry at the northern end of the site, through a transition zone into the living room area and out to the garden at the southern end of the axis. In the living room area is a deep pile carpet with furniture grouped to define a conversation area. Pure white vinyl tile surrounds the carpeted area and defines a circulation path." — James Steele and David Jenkins, Pierre Koenig.

    Copyright Notice: The design of this house is owned by the designer, and it may not be copied without permission.

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    Ground floor plan.
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