Beam-and-post frame with open credenza
Photo: Mark Lohman
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Post and Beam

His background as an architect led him to a most practical idea: Design the house with very few load-bearing walls in the interior, and he'd be able to expand and reconfigure as necessary. The post-and-beam frame he employed allowed him to add a master suite, expand the garage, tack on a laundry room, and remodel the kitchen—all without disturbing the basic structure.

Custom touches, like this floating credenza in the entry hall, make practical use of the exposed posts.
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