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    The title of residential architect’s July 2003 cover story on Turnbull Griffin Haesloop Architects, “Light on the Land,” alluded to the site-sensitive nature of the Northern California firm’s work. Nine years later, it seems even more appropriate, as the firm has delved deeper into the realm of...

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