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November 2019- Dallas

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86 80 all the stops with a dramatic Louise Nevelson-inspired wall of cabinets, which she created with found objects including Topo Chico bottles, machine cogs, and clock and bicycle parts, all painted nuclear black. It's all under one roof — a delicious soup of color, pattern, ma- terials, and cultural and artistic ref- erences. For Nussbaumer, who was a theater major at Southern Methodist University in the 1980s, there is no other way to approach design. "The world doesn't need another beige room," she says. "I mean, why?" "ALL THE FANTASTICAL IDEAS I'VE EVER HAD WERE INCORPORATED HERE." –Michelle Nussbaumer

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