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    GROWING A FARMHOUSE

    The 1829 Jacob Yoder farmhouse in the rolling hills of eastern Pennsylvania is crafted from the materials that surround it: fieldstone, pine, and oak. The patient hands of time have turned the pine floors amber and the stone walls a color wheel of earth tones. The house is one with the land and history, which is precisely why the owners, two refugees from Manhattan, bought it.

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    SEATTLE PUBLIC LIBRARY - DETAILING THE SKIN

    The twelve-story, 362,987-square-foot (33,723-square-meter) Seattle Public Library sits on a steep urban site with a 29-foot (8.8-meter) height difference between its boundaries on Fourth and Fifth Avenues.

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