A rambler is one of the easiest structures to understand and to change. Linear organizations of space are natural…enclosed hallways are not. Divisions of space perpendicular to the length of the building can easily conceal necessary column structure, allowing for secondary alcove spaces off primary public space. Color and texture will add distinction and identity to these secondary spaces while further subdivision of secondary alcove spaces can be fit to the client’s program. Built-ins can take on the role of adaptive furnishings consistently detailed to serve the visual integrity of larger longitudinal spaces, especially when floors and other consistent planes remain simple and unbroken surfaces.