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I first saw this project in the February Issue of Metropolitian Home in 2006.  It was designed as a personal retreat for a business executive who wanted to refocus on his family and passions (art collecting) after having suffered from a stroke.  I like the layers of history this project has and the execution of the exterior/interior details.  In a previous life, the house was a historic mill and the architect (William Bennett) and interior designer (David Powell) worked to create a beautifully executed project.  How the house operates is just as impressive as how it looks.  What do you think?