Architect Peter Block gives a brand-new Atlanta home the character and authenticity of a centuries-old manor house, minus the leaky pipes and drafty windows.
When it comes to designing houses, architect Peter Block tries to avoid strict stylistic definitions. "First we go for feel," he says. "Style finds its way." Case in point is the new home of Marcia and Mark Miller, located on a rare expansive lot in Atlanta's Buckhead area. For its design, Peter looked to the English Country houses of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. "The roofline, beams, small-paned windows and sculpted chimneys are all specific references to this period," he says.
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