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Humankind has come a long way from its primitive origins in terms of constructing shelters to isolate itself from the insalubrious harassments of the outdoors only to find that hermetic environments come with their own costs and consequences.
In this feature, AN looks at four commercial and four hospitality interiors that, from a comfortable remove, reconnect inhabitants with nature. Plus,
A former quonset hut and car dealership in Portland is transformed into a light-filled winery and taproom by local architect Lorraine Gutherie.