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Figure 2 - Rufus Nims: Mid-century Modern and Florida Tropical Architecture

Figure 2 Diagrammatic Drawing of the Adler Residence, Miami Beach, 1952. Source: "Headline House #1: Adler House." House and Garden, July 1952 Stillman Residence, Coconut Grove, Miami, 1953 Nims employed 'zones' to his homes to separate the main rooms for greater functionality. The Stillman Residence in Coconut Grove clearly shows the concept of the zoned house as it zones the living area and bedrooms apart from each other, while also separating the adults from the children to give each occupant their personal space 26 (Figure 3). There are two separate wings to the house; the main living area and the bedrooms. Between these zones, a garden space is located with a screened porch to bring in the outdoor experience while keeping away the bugs.
Diagrammatic Drawing of the Adler Residence, Miami Beach, 1952. Source: "Headline House #1: Adler House." House and Garden, July 1952 Stillman Residence, Coconut Grove, Miami, 1953 Nims employed 'zones' to his homes to separate the main rooms for greater functionality. The Stillman Residence in Coconut Grove clearly shows the concept of the zoned house as it zones the living area and bedrooms apart from each other, while also separating the adults from the children to give each occupant their personal space 26 (Figure 3). There are two separate wings to the house; the main living area and the bedrooms. Between these zones, a garden space is located with a screened porch to bring in the outdoor experience while keeping away the bugs.
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