The two wings of the Radziner-Cottle House are joined by a spacious, sunken kitchen with a walnut ceiling and cabinets ó and views to the pool and garden.
Dusk offers an illuminating glimpse into the house; an outdoor living area is at the right, just beyond the family room and under the master bedroom
The 11-foot-high living room is entered through the tall, narrow front door; the sliding doors at left open directly onto the pool.
The master bedroom , in true modernist fashion, is small and functional; a wall of cabinets opposite the bed conceals books and a television. As in many of Ron Radzinerís projects, the cabinets, metalwork and most of the furniture were fabricated by his firm.
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