When architect James Rill of Rill Architects, PC designed a family home in Potomac, recently, he had to think light in more ways the one.
“The clients wanted a house that had a presence, but not an ostentatious presence, more of a subtle elegance,” said Rill. “While it is a large and formal house, the design is more organic than severe,” said Rill. “There are a lot of turrets and soft lines, not hard lines. The gambrel-style roof is not sharp, and the stone that was used gives it a series of natural materials so that it fits within the landscape”… Read more about it here.