Picture a house. Just an average house. A few steps lead to the front door, and, inside, there is a living room up front, kitchen in the back, three or four bedrooms up a flight of stairs. We’ve all been in this house, but have you ever stopped to wonder for whom it was designed? Or, more to the point, for whom it wasn’t? Emory Baldwin has. For years the Seattle architect has watched a changing population stuff itself into structures designed for another time, before so-called nontradition...
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