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I like the gentleman's plaid pants.
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This might be the first time I've seen the interior of the Ahwatukee house with people. The scale seems a bit large for a house...the nattily attired man on the built-in seat looks smaller than I would have expected as do the women with respect to the planters and soffits. The proportions are more akin to a commercial or institutional space.
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I think Mr Plaid is a small guy, and the standing adults are partially screened---all in aid of an impression of grandeur of scale ?