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A steel-and-cedar screen, outdoor lights, and a bench eke out a small, private outdoor room for the residents of this Washington, D.C., house, and aluminum-clad windows and doors open up the once-dark interior. Thanks to their clients, the architects were

The architects satisfied the clients’ desire for eclectic materials with custom metalwork, a VIROC cement-board stair landing, an aluminum canopy, and recycled rubber and bamboo flooring.

In the kitchen, low-cost glass-front cabinets coexist peacefully with custom maple units.

A series of recycled plastic translucent screens distinguish separate spaces and allow light to saturate the home.

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