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Built From Memory

Architect John Battle's mission was to design a house that captured the nostalgia of magical boyhood summers.

By Doreen Iudica Vigue
February 29, 2004

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When architect John Battle's client first brought him to the New Hampshire lake where he planned to build a vacation home, he took Battle on a canoe ride. From the water, he pointed out the various cottages he had known as a boy, when he spent his summers in this idyllic piney setting with his family. What he wanted, he ... (Full Article: 772 Words)

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