This suburban home is encased in Chicago common brick, a material usually confined to side walls or unseen structures because of its colour irregularities and imperfections. But here, architect Lawrence Scarpa has given it a prominent and highly visible role in the design, including the twisting brick columns on the front facade.
Transparent house sits like a jewel in a brick jewel box
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