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"... simplicity, carefully selecting and editing the materials and eschewing ornament ... blur[ring] the lines between indoors and out." Yes, that's a definition of a Case Study and of this house. Maybe today's well-heeled client is a kind of giant, striding over the landscape and looking for a place to stretch out, out of the sun ... with his head sticking out the front door and his feet protruding onto the terrace ?