Zen-Like Japanese Pole House

See how Kenneth Brown puts his unique touch on a guest house.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThe family hasn't even begun to furnish the Japanese pole house built for Fredda's mother.
Fredda, Doug and their daughter Skye adore Fredda's mother, Dorothy. The couple has always had a great respect for Japanese culture, especially the tradition of honoring one's parents, known as "Oya Kako." So they had this Japanese pole house built on their property for Dorothy, so the entire family could be together. Now all they have to do is furnish it.