When architects marry other architects it's no longer just a job. Their work becomes a rebuttal to the myth of the solitary architect and a reminder that no one creates in a void. Robert Venturi protested when his wife and lifelong collaborator Denise Scott Brown didn't win the Pritzker Prize with him. Michael Manfredi and Marion Weiss, both left-handed architects, draw all over each other's work. From Seattle's sprawling Olympic Park to a curvaceous lounge chair made in Finland, here are 16 objects that contain both a life's work and love.