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Town emailed me and said that he had worked on this home.
He said that the house has a brick exterior, and had a ‘mortar wash’ technique in which the bricks are loosely set, then the mortar is rubbed into the exterior creating a unique and beautiful layer.
I love this house; I drive on this street at least once a week just to see it.
I love this picture from In Atlanta, it is very common to see what was formerly a red brick house updated to make it look more European.
I had the privilege of a private tour of this house by Rodolfo himself (at the tail end of construction), and it is as beautiful on the inside as it is on the outside.
(Photo Credit: Rodolfo Castro) does not note why the owners or the architect chose painted brick, I think it is beautiful and charming and does lend a sense of age to the home.
Perhaps more accurately, a home that combines some aspects of the Georgian that I love, but which is inspired by French architecture but does not slavishly emulate it.
In some ways, what I like seems to combine aspects of both French design with perhaps a little English influence. However, what struck me even more was Stefan’s description: the house (designed by Paul Cret, a French architect), was built between a Louis XV house and a Georgian style house.
I love the symmetry and order of a classic Georgian house.