Natural Surroundings

(Photo: Audrey Hall)

Cowboys & Indians

April/May 2019

“Blades of grass are meant to be felt beneath one’s bare feet, right? Like the sky above us or the wind blowing through our hair, the great wide open is a wonder for us to experience,” writes Cowboys & Indians as a lead-in two houses “that invite this natural splendor inside using a little man-made ingenuity.” The first home profiled is the JLF Architects-designed reclaimed stone and timber Creamery, matched by words from principal Paul Bertelli on how JLF blends “habitat with household,” as Cowboys & Indians puts it.

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