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< Architecture + Interior Design
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The renovation of and additions to the Paul Laszlo house, and its interiors, are indistingushable from the original design: they reiterated its details and forms. Glass walls were used to enclose the breezeway to create an office and maintain its open-aired feeling. Moving the front pathway to the side yard extended its length and served to make the grounds feel larger and more expansive by creating a view across the wide front yard.