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“I had always wanted to do architecture, but initially I was far too intimidated by the thought of exposing my ideas to the world in a creative profession,” admits Jessica de Rome, founder of de Rome Architects. Stifled by this fear, de Rome initially chose to study finance and banking, but was left uninspired by the “conservative” subject matter.

“I couldn’t find meaning in that, so I fought past my introversion and sought out architecture,” she says.

De Rome took her first

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