Thomas Schoos

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Designer of spaces and products whose projects include Koi, O-Bar, and Citizen Smith in West Hollywood, The Huntley Hotel in Santa Monica and the upcoming Nicky O Boutique Hotel in Miami.

Thomas Schoos on KCRW

At this year's end it's time for reflection.

Los Angeles, 2106, and the Holiday Season 2006

At this year's end it's time for reflection.

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