One of our favorite architectural devices is so subtle you can easily overlook it. It sits away from everything else; a wallflower watching the party, too shy to join in. The lone window is always the heartbreaker of the composition. It can be as sexy as a facial beauty mark or as calmingly beautiful as a framed simple still life. Its larger siblings, the bay window and picture window, may well be brighter and more dramatic but the isolated aperture has its own simple solo to sing: an aria so quiet that, if you don’t pause long enough, you may miss a moment of important grace.
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