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It is a rare opportunity for an architect to be set free in the design process. Unburdened by the clients‘ budget, programming needs or creative biases - you know, reality.
Dewey was hired by a client to design a home up through schematics that could realistically be built on a quirky parcel of land in a desirable neighborhood that he was trying to sell. His only restrictions were that the design conform to the existing zoning restrictions and it be a design that would capture the imagination of a likely buyer in the area.
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