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Working from my home base in the Santa Monica mountains with its ever-changing weather, colors, light, and rhythms, I’m surrounded by an endless source of inspiration. As a captive audience of nature’s poetry, I recommend capturing it in the design of buildings for those wanting more of it in their lives.

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