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The architects designed the addition to allow for studs and joists to be placed every 24 inches, rather than standard 16-inch spacings, which reduced the amount of lumber used by 30 percent while still providing ample structural support.

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Originally appeared in Bedroom Addition in Seattle
on January 18, 2010
The architects designed the addition to allow for studs and joists to be placed every 24 inches, rather than standard 16-inch spacings, which reduced the amount of lumber used by 30 percent while still providing ample structural support.
The architects designed the addition to allow for studs and joists to be placed every 24 inches, rather than standard 16-inch spacings, which reduced the amount of lumber used by 30 percent while still providing ample structural support.

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