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Brian Patrolia's loft
The living-dining-working space runs the length of Brian Patrolia's loft in the South End. The lowness of the furniture helps emphasize the height of the ceilings. (Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff) Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff
Architecture

A design that is, indeed, lofty

Architect creates an airy dwelling for a wheelchair user that could work for anyone

By Robert Campbell
Globe Correspondent / April 15, 2007

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After visiting Brian Patrolia's loft, which is located in a new building called Wilkes Passage in the South End, the clearest impression you come away with is that a living space that's exactly right for a guy in a wheelchair may be equally great for anyone else. (Full article: 1214 words)

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