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Own a Glassy Seattle Home by an Apple Store Architect

Just like there isn't just one Green Lantern, there isn't just one Apple Store architect—the power ring has been passed to Norman Foster, while the designer of the original Apple Store concept has since gone rogue—but American architect Peter Bohlin is the man behind the most famous glassy, Genius-filled retail space in the world, NYC's Fifth Avenue Apple Store. But despite the large commissions Bohlin reels in, he never stopped designing homes, because "he likes the way that a house can bring serenity into people's lives," according to a 2010 profile. How does that play out when it comes to a very Pacific Northwest-y circa-2000 home he designed, currently on offer for $1.39M? Head to Curbed Seattle to find out.

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