"The houses are always designed with proportion in mind, and how it felt to move from room to room. The first image upon entry—what you see—was important, and every space or room had its importance in relation to the others."
They have rich detail, to the point where the details didn't stand out individually but instead formed a whole. This meant that people would enter a room and like it, without immediately focusing on a single element. The designs encompassed everything, and everything knit together. The houses are totally different, each possessing its own character.