1207 Caribou was built in 1990 by Lou Fox contractor for Sweetwater Homes. It was designed by the architectural firm of JSW in Berkeley, CA, known for their tailoring a home to the needs and specifications of how the occupants will live in it to suit their lifestyles. The book is called A Pattern Language. The firms principles collaborated on the book. The principle architect at JSW who collaborated on the home is Max Jacobson. A Pattern Language A Pattern Language The book creates a new language, what the authors call a pattern language derived from timeless entities called ... Lou Fox is an artist/designer in his own right and attended to the many details in the home. Lou, while serving on the Davis Civic Art Commission met the artist sculptor David Middlebrook who was commissioned by the city of Davis to do public art for the city. His work, though subtle is in Central Park consisting of stone benches and retaining wall
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