The air was relatively 'cooler' and the wind blew gently through the dense timbers today. Continuing on the big columns and beams, Holloway and men worked hard and the viewer was dazzled by the spatial areas and gracious complexity of the interior.
The view on the left is taken from Kings Drive and this 'to be front of the home' will receive most of the turbulent weather systems and long hours of the western sun.
As the beams go up and vertical, horizontal and straight notions represent the home's durability and balance - - the entry will begin to have curves. These exterior, hillside swirls will add a dimension of mutability and change. This western terrace will contain earth-bag-areas that will have parabolic sections and show Gaudi-like twists and flexes.