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Detail: Walkway

Yankee Plus Dec 2015


Detail: Walkway
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“I’d walk into the house and Dave [Stephenson] would be standing there, looking up at it,” recalls Baxter Harris. “We had to figure out a way to satisfy the building code and have it look great.” What resulted is, as so often happens with seemingly impossible situations, both creative and masterly: a curving, suspended walkway supported by beautiful, rugged ironwork. Around it, graceful milk-painted beams arc, and those long-ago-rescued ceiling boards. “Dave was very proud of this house,” says Baxter. “It was complex.”

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