The Distinctive Home: A Vision of Timeless Design
Taunton Press, 2003 - Architectural Design - 234 pages
Jeremiah Eck believes that a distinctive home is the result of a balance between site, floor plan, exterior elements, and interior details. In The Distinctive Home, he describes the significance of each of the four elements and provides numerous examples of good design for each. Included are images and descriptions of 50 houses (ten of them the author's own designs) that cover a wide range of styles, regions, and budgets. A final chapter unifies the four elements in detailed profiles of several of these houses, examining how their components work together to attain the status of "distinctive."
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Too many new homes look as if they were just dropped onto their sites, with a giant garage at the front being their most significant design feature. Eck, a Fellow of the American Institute of ... Read full review