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BENJAMIN BENSCHNEIDER / THE SEATTLE TIMES

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Practical, With Grace

Gene Zema never studied pottery- making during his many trips to Japan. "It just happens," he says, and in a sense that's how he came to his profession. Zema turned to architecture after studying aeronautical engineering. Tired of drawing nuts and bolts, he says, "that led naturally into architecture."