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Ricky Booth, Intuitive Architects— “I don’t think this is a place you’d drive by and go, ‘Wow, look at that.’ We wanted to create something that didn’t unfold until you experienced it – that grew on you the longer you were there. After a while, you appreciate the small but simple gestures taken as part of a rigorous design process.

I thought I’d find it extremely

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