The Ross Street House by Richard Wittschiebe Hand Architects

By: Brian G Randles - Published: Feb 27, 2010   Updated: Aug 10 2011 • References: rossstreethouse & contemporist
At 2,700 square feet and the definition of a geometric gem, the Ross Street House was designed by Carol Richard, founding partner of the Atlanta-based architecture firm Richard Wittschiebe Hand, with the help of her engineer hubbie Fred Berg.

Receiving the highest LEED rating there is (platinum), the Ross Street house is a domestic delight in the middle of Wisconsin. I guess cheese and architecture are the two big things up there.

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