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Another jewel in a series of amazing small spaces:
Here’s what happens when a native of Japan and a native of the Netherlands, both with architecture degrees, remodel an 807-square-foot houseboat in Seattle.
The floors, cabinets and some of the ceilings are bamboo.
It wasn’t a cheap remodel, at $240,000. But there are only 482 houseboats in the city, a story in the Seattle Times says, and people tend to keep them an average of 20 years.
See a view of the dock at dusk.
See the story and more pictures
(Photo: Seattle Times)
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