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CONTENTS
COVER STORY
PLANT LIFE
TASTE
ON FITNESS
NOW & THEN
SUNDAY PUNCH
LETTERS
PREVIOUS ISSUES OF PACIFIC NW


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COVER STORY


AIA Home of the Year: It's a tie: judges find two designs equal to the challenges

· Savvy in Four Stories
· A Contemporary with Character

WRITTEN BY ELIZABETH RHODES
PHOTOGRAPHED BY BENJAMIN BENSCHNEIDER
ON THE COVER: Seen at dusk, the winning Capitol Hill-area home is a remodel that shows an edgy combination of coated metal siding and marine-grade plywood sealed against the weather with four coats of varnish. The bottom floor holds two studio apartments.

PLANT LIFE
Drawn Together
A University of Washington team helps compassion bloom in the Fircrest Healing Garden.


ON FITNESS
Videos On Review
Yoga, Pilates and dance tapes all aim to help you shape up.


SUNDAY PUNCH
Guess What?
In Seattle's housing market, there's no such thing as cheap talk.
TASTE
Twice-Baked Remake
A down-home American classic gets dressed up with a new look and a fine cheese.


NOW & THEN
Parked over Pioneer




LETTERS
Letters to the editor


PREVIOUS ISSUES
Mar. 7, 2004
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Listening to the Landscape: In Barbara Swift's public places, nature and humans find harmony
Feb. 29, 2004
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The Book Keeper: David Ishii collects the tales of our town
Feb. 22, 2004
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The road ahead: Past and future come into view on Highway 202

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