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One comment on “Entry 216”

  1. Nice comp... nice finishes, although really wish some of the interior was a little more exposed or if impossible then, just shut all the doors... one of the reasons for having the doors open is to see the indoor/outdoor design and if you can't see one or the other, it kind of just makes the lines of the exterior look sloppy to me... whereas there would have been some pool and tree reflections if closed and I think it would have cleaned up the structure some... also, wish it was straightened for verticals ... seems like it could be done

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