From the street, all that is visible of this one-story, flat-roofed, pavilion-type house is its courtyard wall of rose-colored brick. Inside, the steel-framed house, which opens to glass-walled courts at either end, is a masterwork of material refinement, spatial liberation, and exalted proportions. The house was built in Shadowlawn, one of several, one-block, private-place subdivisions developed along Bissonnet Avenue in the early 1920s.
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