Soheil steps into the music and screening room, which is concealed behind a masonry-veneered door. “We were able to hide a lot of the square footage below the main level, but not in a way that would hurt the design,” he says. Photo by Ye Rin Mok.
Tudor Revival (1880–1940). The Tudor Revival style drew from medieval English architecture and was ignited by William Morris, a promoter of the British Arts and Crafts movement in the late nineteenth century. The form was based on broad reinterpretations of English manor houses. Enormously popular in the 1920s and 30s, it benefited from advances in masonry veneer technique that facilitated brick and stucco façades