Jennifer Ladds tracked down the architect who designed her 1970s contemporary home in Vinings, inviting him and his wife over for lunch. The architect, James Hill Wylie, hadn’t been in the home for nearly 40s years, but was surprised to find that the design was left unchanged. In fact, Ladds’ living room furniture and baby grand piano was similar to the way the original owners had placed those items.
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