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I recently made the mistake of referring to Vincent Van Duysenthe Belgian architect famous for a pared-down but instantly recognizable aesthetic—as a minimalist. He quickly corrected me. “Essentialism” is how he describes his work, making the point that his interiors are warm and full of personality created by a carefully

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