Chris Rodriguez (far left) and Dan Brown take Hufft Projects employees on a tour of Jesse and Matthew Hufft’s Roanoke home. The mural on the ceiling, resembling a Thomas Hart Benton painting, was created by an intern using a 5,000 pound router.
Chris Rodriguez (far left) and Dan Brown take Hufft Projects employees on a tour of Jesse and Matthew Hufft’s Roanoke home. The mural on the ceiling, resembling a Thomas Hart Benton painting, was created by an intern using a 5,000 pound router. Roy Inman Special to The Star
Chris Rodriguez (far left) and Dan Brown take Hufft Projects employees on a tour of Jesse and Matthew Hufft’s Roanoke home. The mural on the ceiling, resembling a Thomas Hart Benton painting, was created by an intern using a 5,000 pound router. Roy Inman Special to The Star

Hufft Projects owners use their home to showcase and experiment with designs

September 25, 2015 6:00 AM