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As an interior design practitioner Rebecca Vulic, design director of X + O, is at the vanguard of a new breed of designer whose focus for every project is primarily informed by the business of her clients. Understanding that interiors these days are required to do so much more than just look beautiful and be functional, Vulic bases her design ideas on the need to present an experiential approach to interiors and extrapolate the brand experience in order to create exciting spaces and fulfil a brief.

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