Though architect Clinton Cuddington was expectedly meticulous when designing a home for his family of four in Vancouver, British Columbia, he was careful to leave select interior elements open for collaboration. "My approach was to create a test-bed for explorations based in local craft," he says. This tactic—with Cuddington as the overseer to a team of talented artisans—is especially apparent in three bathrooms spread across as many levels.
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