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May 07, 1988 - Image 57

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-07

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cozy area to read during the lazy
summer months.
The master bedroom has a
large 19th century pine armoire
which was completely redone on
the inside and houses the televi-
sion as well as clothing.
For evening privacy Goldman
created Roman blinds for intimacy.

Above the 18-foot ceiling, there
are paddle fans that continually
circulate a calming breeze upon a
gigantic bed adorned with Ralph
Lauren down bedding.
On the floor lies a green rug with
camel dots giving the entire room

This 5500 sq. ft. home
has sloped roofs and
resembles a ski chalet.

a Southwestern-like ambiance.
In this room as well as the main
living area, there are beams that
go across the main window which
encase special indirect lighting,
and stereo speakers. There is also
a balcony overlooking the master
bedroom complete with exercise
As for gaining entry to the lower
level, there is a circular stairway
that leads you to a sauna, family
room and four bedrooms.
Overall, Goldman says that
because of the breath taking view,
and "Because of the architecture,
art is secondary. The view
becomes the art and the focal
point in a house like this.
All the materials like the pat-
terns, Oriental rugs, and textiles
were selected because of their
practicality, for serving and enter-
taining the large family.
"The terrain of the mountain
allowed us to recess a hot tub into
a redwood sunken deck which is
virtually hidden from view, and sur-
rounded by appropriate year
round greenery. It becomes a very
private place in which to relax in
the summer as well as the winter.
"The change of seasons and
the change of the setting sun
causes the exterior to be a living
painting," Goldman said.


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