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Cohen reached out to Levitt Goodman Architects (whose "Off the Grid" Adams-Fleming Residence we <a href="http://www.dwell.com/articles/from-brown-to-green.html">featured in our May 2010 issue</a>) earlier this year to design a welcome hut and picnic bench

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Originally appeared in Welcome Hut
on September 27, 2010
Cohen reached out to Levitt Goodman Architects (whose &quot;Off the Grid&quot; Adams-Fleming Residence we &lt;a href=&quot;http://www.dwell.com/articles/from-brown-to-green.html&quot;&gt;featured in our May 2010 issue&lt;/a&gt;) earlier this year to design a welcome hut and picnic bench

Cohen reached out to Levitt Goodman Architects (whose "Off the Grid" Adams-Fleming Residence we featured in our May 2010 issue) earlier this year to design a welcome hut and picnic benches for the site. "With the farmers' market and the summer programming ramping up, they needed a temporary welcome structure for those who came for an event," Levitt recalls. Photo by Ben Rahn, A-Frame Studio.

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