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A Mill Valley House Made of Red Cedar and Glass

A Mill Valley House Made of Red Cedar and Glass

When Charles and Ralph found this house made of red cedar and glass, for rent on the hills of San Francisco, a work of the architect Donn Emmons, who had designed it in 1951, they immediately knew they wanted to live there. They have set up their vintage furniture, perfectly matched to the time during which it was designed. The home blends the boundaries between indoor and outdoor with its extensive use of wood and large windows that allow for views of its surroundings. Photographer Matthew Millman

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