Jaime Rummerfield

Woodson & Rummerfield's House of Design

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Principal of Woodson & Rummerfield's House of Design and co-author of High Style

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There has been an explosion of huge houses and condos in in Los Angeles, London and other global cities purchased by overseas buyers who rarely set foot in these properties.

Designing "Home" When the House Is Empty

There has been an explosion of huge houses and condos in in Los Angeles, London and other global cities purchased by overseas buyers who rarely set foot in these properties.

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