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  • Woz's Fun House: Tiny Door

    You can't tell because there's nobody in the photo to give it scale, but this entry to the kids' part of the house is 3 feet high.    See the Image

  • Woz's Fun House: Front Entrance

    With some 3,000 square feet of deck overlooking all of Silicon Valley, Steve Wozniak's former home was, of course, perfect for cocktail parties. But below the surface lurks the ultimate kids'…   See the Image

  • Woz's Fun House: Little Mermaid Mural

    That awesome Little Mermaid mural isn't a decal. It was painted by an artist who also works for Disney.    See the Image

  • Woz's Fun House: Attic Hideaway

    The attic is designed for action, stretching from one end of the home to the other. This section has an automatic door that (gently) opens into the closet of the master suite.    See the Image

  • Woz's Fun House: Kid's Room

    Wozniak raised three kids in this house, and is known for being a giant kid himself. So it makes sense that he included cubbies, hideaways and incredibly thoughtful cool-dad touches that this home's…   See the Image

  • Woz's Fun House: Kid's Room to Fire Pole

    This kid's loft opens to a fire pole leading to an office area. A fire pole, people.    See the Image

  • Woz's Fun House: Grotto Cave

    The pool, designed to look like a grotto, is fun for anyone, but underneath there's a cave designed by contractors from the Academy of Science in San Francisco with realistic dino footprints, fossils…   See the Image

  • Woz's Fun House: Office Space

    The fire pole leads from the kid's loft to an office space perfect for homework (or hanging out).    See the Image

  • Woz's Fun House: Attic Wonderland

    When Woz owned this home, the attic was covered — walls and ceiling included — with a special carpet embedded with glowing LED lights. That turned out not to be so practical, so the new buyers will…   See the Image

  • The Art of Joe Tsambiras: Salome

    This print was made by etching and aquatint.    See the Image