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Designe Gallerie

Amazing spaces!

   
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Michael Schuler

The exterior visual is like a Falling Water --- but without the water.

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barketh

Thank you for sharing this gem with us. The kitchen drawers were as smart then as they are today. I've never seen such a refrigerator - before it's time.

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