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Sean Dougall is an LA-based designer who cut his teeth working on the production design of some of the biggest awards and political events of the last decade (the 2008…

We Survived the Salone… An LA Design Duo Reflects on the Milan Furniture Fair

Sean Dougall is an LA-based designer who cut his teeth working on the production design of some of the biggest awards and political events of the last decade (the 2008…

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