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Article From Architectural Digest

Marmol Radziner and Charles de Lisle Restore and Revive a Classic Home in San Francisco

“Jessica and Aaron approached the design process with a kind of intellectual curiosity beyond compare. We’d have eight-hour meetings about a door handle and hinges”
and
“What makes them so extraordinary is that they don’t feel beholden to conventional wisdom about objects and rooms. They wanted to question everything.”

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My Thoughts

Eight hour meetings about a door handle as they question everything’. These people sound perfect fodder for Clients From Hell. And talking of hell … who the hell has eight hours to discuss a door knob? Oh … friends of Zuck, Facebook people - all good now.

…. What Are Your Thoughts?

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