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Inside an architectural family's West Vancouver home

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Architect Peter Pratt sits outside the home he designed, which sits to the right of his father’s original 1953 home.

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Peter Pratt's new addition to his father Ned Pratt's original 1953 home.

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Peter Pratt's home is seen on the right and his father Ned Pratt's original 1953 home stands to the left in West Vancouver, British Columbia.

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Peter Pratt stands in his father Ned Pratt's original 1953 home.

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Ned Pratt and family in their home, in a photo taken in the early 1960s. Ned is seated at far right; Peter is standing, centre.

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Peter Pratt poses for a reenactment photo, 2012.

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The hallway connecting two doorless bedrooms in Peter Pratt's new addition to his father’s home.

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Peter Pratt's home is seen through the doorway of his father’s home.

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A panel created by Ned Pratt and architect Ron Thom.

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