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ZY Lin
the video is awesome as well -
why not put it in the story?
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Lisa Kessling

Really nice blend of textures - the wood with the concrete. Very tech yet soothing.

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This is amazing, just amazing for the creativity used for this space. Makes you totally rethink how you live. Love it!

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