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Design notebook

Not many people would have seen a dilapidated workshop on a sloping, shadowed strip of land and seen the potential. The client drove this project from the beginning with his ability to imagine the possibility of what it could be. He also had a clear vision of what he wanted, and what it didn’t need

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