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Creative spirit rises from a simple cabin

<strong>FALL HOME DESIGN |</strong> “Here I work and have time to reflect and plan,”  Anna Hoover says of her freecycled, recycled 693-square-foot cabin on Key Peninsula, a place its designers,  Les Eerkes and Olson Kundig Architects, call Scavenger Hut. A sculpture by John Hoover, her father, stands in the corner.

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FALL HOME DESIGN | “Here I work and have time to reflect and plan,” Anna Hoover says of her freecycled, recycled 693-square-foot cabin on Key Peninsula, a place its designers, Les Eerkes and Olson Kundig Architects, call Scavenger Hut. A sculpture by John Hoover, her father, stands in the corner.

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