Self-Restraining   Order

Just as they were wrapping up the plans for their weekend house in the Catskills, architect Jason Shannon and his wife, designer Paola Yañez, decided to add two feet to the width of the kitchen.

This was no small tweak but a major adjustment for the couple, who were determined to make their home as compact as possible and were economizing on every square inch. They had

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