MASON CITY, IOWA
This custom private residence is designed in the Prairie School style, with a split-face concrete block foundation wall laid in a random ashlar pattern, and stucco upper walls that serve as reminders of turn-of-the-century Griffin and Wright homes in the Midwest. The low sloping roof has eight-foot deep corner overhangs at the dining room and master bedroom. The eleven-foot ceiling at the foyer and library leads to a traditional vaulted, hipped ceiling in the family room. Custom pedestal lights mark the entry and complement the design of the light fixtures, fireplace, and other architectural details inside the home.