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One of Shively's top priorities was an innovative lighting scheme that would combat the dark interiors that many narrow Chicago homes create. Thanks to centrally located skylights and rows of bulbs between wood beams, the house enjoys an even glow and details like this Le Corbusier chair aren't obscured.  Photo 4 of 8 in A Chicago Renovation Taps Into its Attic to Almost Double its Square Footage
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