COLUMBIA — When the sun sets, the warm light escapes as the shadows creep through a wall of windows at 1844 Cliff Drive. Moving quickly across the waxy green floors, often without being seen, Randy Hill’s cats seem to know the secrets of his architectural masterpiece better than he does. They peek out from under the custom-made end table next to the fireplace or perch atop the second-floor balcony held in place by steel beams encased in wood.
Architect's 50-year-old homes in Columbia inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright
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