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PaperCity Dallas September 2022

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Clockwise from top left: An original concrete aggregate wall provides a striking backdrop for a Walter Knoll bench from Shop, Houston. The sculpture is made from reclaimed pine from the Kruegers' tree farm. An office space with vintage chair covered in custom fabric by Houl├Ęs, Paris, and Erden rug from Culp Associates. The desk belonged to Ray Krueger's grandmother. Jerry Pair leather walls form a dramatic setting for a Lema chaise. Designer Mary Lambrakos. Cabinets, Calixto Trevino, Travino Construction, Houston. Carlos Cruz-Diez's Transchromie sculpture, 1965, from Sicardi | Ayers | Bacino. Hidden underneath was an astonishing coffered ceiling. This concrete structural grid was likely never intended to be seen, but Kamrath had designed it with exquisite geometry anyway.

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