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The one-story addition is such a common remodeling design problem that you'd think by now we could just repeat successful solutions over and over again. But alas, no. Or perhaps I should say, thank goodness, no, because a significant fraction of my annual income comes from struggling with this commonplace request by homeowners looking for a little more space. Most people aren't looking for their addition to make a big design statement. In fact, I strike a resonant chord when I tell prospective clients my goal is to make their addition look as if it was always there, to contribute to rather than change the house's existing character. Often the solution is both obvious and affordable, in which case