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    Serenity on a Budget

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    A "not-so-big" house designed by Tina Govan.
    Photo: Ken Gutmaker

     

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    Long views and cross-ventilation through the open shoji screen. The wood tracks on which the screen slides remain in place to reinforce the framed view.
    Photo: Ken Gutmaker

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    The short hall from the kitchen to the bath saves space by doubling as a laundry area.
    Photo: Ken Gutmaker

     

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    An expressive hanging shelf.
    Photo: Ken Gutmaker

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    A translucent shoji screen creates a flexible degree of openness.
    Photo: Ken Gutmaker

     

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    Inside the Not So Big House.
    Image: Alexander Isley, Inc./ photo by Ken Gutmaker

     

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