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Architect Geoffrey Prentiss’s client Sandra lived for years in a camping trailer on the five-acre site on Washington’s San Juan Island where her home now sits. In no hurry, she wanted her new home to be thoughtfully designed, made of quality materials, and with a low environmental impact. Prentiss designed for her a 632-sq.-ft. cabin that’s tucked into a ravine and has a view of the ocean through its south-facing windows. The cabin’s cedar siding and living roof help it to blend into the surrounding landscape.
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