"My stuff works practically anywhere because it doesn't shout at the neighbors," says Jacobsen. An ornamental glass tower tops the entrance pavilion, which features a glazed, grid-pattern door.
In a Nashville home, the central pavilion's high peaked ceiling and bay window add volume to the spare living room, which is the largest space in the house. Interior designer Katy Chudacoff guided the residents' furniture selection.
i believe houses should look like houses -hugh newell jacobsen