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It took 20 to 25 artisans, 2,000 metres of knotted rope, and 1,269 man-hours on approximately 75 metres of cotton-twill fabric (dyed to get that terracotta shade) that manifested as the Kandadu Room. That was just one element of Le Cabinet

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