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February 2017 - Houston

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Clockwise from top: Simple materials — Southern yellow pine, and concrete block masonry — are both functional, sustainable, and affordable, positing a new form of humanistic architecture. Greatest hits from the mid-20th century onward: Paul Evans Argente cube, chairs by a Danish cabinet maker, Paavo Tynell hanging light, Marta Maas-Fjetterstrom carpet, and Phillip Lloyd Powell bar and wall-mounted cabinet. A Shoji screen formed from Fiberglas filters soft light throughout the library, populated by a Wharton Esherick desk, Poul Kjaerholm chair, and Paul Evans Argente hanging cabinet. 63

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