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House on Lake Michigan

Chicago, Illinois

2007

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Description

Located on one of the few remaining undivided estate lots on the North Shore of Chicago, the design for this house is a reinterpretation of the Anglo American suburban estate house common in this area during the 1920s and 1930s. Inspired by the historic eclecticism of architects such as David Adler and Howard Van Doren Shaw, American Colonial and English Cotswold elements are married into a composition associated with a relaxed domestic style desired by our clients.

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