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It might have seemed like an oxymoron to Frank Lloyd Wright, but it’s a reality in this Boston photographer’s flat, designed to fit into a preexisting 1,500-square-foot space.

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  Architect Grant explains that the recessed orange wall with built-in storage shelving is a counterpoint to the view of Boston in the opposite direction.  Photo by: Kent Dayton
    Architect Grant explains that the recessed orange wall with built-in storage shelving is a counterpoint to the view of Boston in the opposite direction.

    Photo by: Kent Dayton

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  Working within an empty shell, the design had to accommodate plumbing fixtures and existing concrete floors and ceilings.  Photo by: Kent Dayton
    Working within an empty shell, the design had to accommodate plumbing fixtures and existing concrete floors and ceilings.

    Photo by: Kent Dayton

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  During the day, Dayton’s guest bedroom easily doubles as his photography studio.  Photo by: Kent Dayton
    During the day, Dayton’s guest bedroom easily doubles as his photography studio.

    Photo by: Kent Dayton

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  A folding bed and pullout bedside tables make the transition from photography studio to bedroom painless.  Photo by: Kent Dayton
    A folding bed and pullout bedside tables make the transition from photography studio to bedroom painless.

    Photo by: Kent Dayton

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  If Dayton is in the middle of a project, a large sliding door closes off the space entirely.  Photo by: Kent Dayton
    If Dayton is in the middle of a project, a large sliding door closes off the space entirely.

    Photo by: Kent Dayton

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