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The Venice House now sits beside its architect’s home. It is hidden from the eyes of curious passers-by with a screen of foliage. Megan Schoenbachler and her husband were already working with Marmol Radziner on the design of their home when the property b

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Originally appeared in Go West: DOD Westside Home Tour
on June 21, 2011
The Venice House now sits beside its architect’s home. It is hidden from the eyes of curious passers-by with a screen of foliage. Megan Schoenbachler and her husband were already working with Marmol Radziner on the design of their home when the property b
The Venice House now sits beside its architect’s home. It is hidden from the eyes of curious passers-by with a screen of foliage. Megan Schoenbachler and her husband were already working with Marmol Radziner on the design of their home when the property beside Marmol became available. That’s how the couple and their architect became unintended neighbors.

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