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Topic - Richard Rossi
Remember Archie Bunker's chair? No one other than Archie himself was allowed to sit in his armchair on the hit 1970s television show, "All in the Family." While today's elaborate "man caves" may be a tad more luxurious than that armchair, Bill Millholland, executive vice president of Case Design/Remodeling in Bethesda, said Archie's chair represents that character's version of a man cave.
"There is no typical man cave because this type of room is very personalized," said Richard Rossi, a designer with Rill Architects in Bethesda. "We've incorporated everything from the more common elements like bars, game tables, TVs, gaming systems and wine collections to more unique elements including a smoking room, a gun room, fly-fishing equipment, even an aviary."
"We had designed his-and-hers bathrooms and he wanted a television with a lounge chair in his along with the more traditional bathroom fixtures," Mr. Rossi said.