Caudill Lane

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One of the tools we architects and designers use is spatial layering — essentially, making smaller spaces appear larger and more interesting by connecting to and implying spaces beyond. This is achieved by breaking up a space into pieces that have defined beginnings and ends and by using framed openings, columns and "floating" walls. We also encourage views along a diagonal and by strategically introducing light to add depth and dimension to a space. Sarah Susanka, author of the best-selling The Not So Big House books has more about that here. Because spatial layering allows a hint at what's next without having to give it all up at once, it's the counterpoint to the architectural one-liner, drawing us in and enticing us with clues to what lies beyond. From idea book

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Formal dining not enclosed but separated

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