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Josh McCullar Architects LLC
Yes, that Zen garden really caught my eye. It is such an unexpected moment and I like how the inside top surface can also become a shelf for plants if you wanted to use it that way.
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Philomena Ekhator
I love them all though for different reasons.
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Deborah McMaster
Thanks for this informative article.
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