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    AERIAL OFFICES

    Successful interior design not only looks good, it makes occupants feel comfortable and productive. So what could be a greater challenge than applying such criteria to that classically uncomfortable of interior environments — the airline cabin?

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    LA EXPANSIVE

    The view from the 23rd-floor lobby of the White, O'Connor, Curry & Avanzado law office is as good as it gets in Los Angeles. Nearly floor-to-ceiling glass curtain walls reveal an awe-inspiring backdrop of the city, mountains, and Southern California's endlessly blue sky. Located in a corporate high rise in the prime business district of Century City, the new headquarters of one of LA's leading litigation law firms is a workspace to be envied.

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    WIMBLEDON PARK SLIM

    A house with the unassuming name "84 Arthur Road" has introduced an element of drama to an otherwise sleepy suburb of southwest London. At first glance, the new house seems to contrast sharply with its 1900s-vintage suburban neighbors.

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    PIANO'S HERMÈS TOKYO

    There is a new landmark in Ginza, one of the leading shopping and business districts of Tokyo. Designed by the Italian architecture firm, Renzo Piano Building Workshop, the building is the corporate headquarters and store of Hermès Japan, a company famous for its handmade leather bags and apparel.

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