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Mountain Living

July / August 2022

“It all started more than four decades ago with a cabin on a Montana ranch. JLF Architects design principal Paul Bertelli crafted a log cabin that matched existing nearly century-old log structures on the property, sourcing time-worn timbers and reclaimed building materials found throughout the ranch,” writes Mountain Living in its introduction to a “By the Book” Q&A with Paul Bertelli and Logan Leachman in honor of the publication of Foundations: Houses by JLF Architects. “What inspired you to write the book?” the magazine asks, and Bertelli responds, “It’s surprising to look up from one’s work from time to time to see the nuance and evolution of any art form. This book is a way to mark a point in time.”

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