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As I mentioned in Patrick and Cindy Craine’s Style Story, Patrick is currently pursuing his second masters degree in advanced architecture at Columbia University. The interview below, in which we discussed his philosophies on modern architecture and designing smaller spaces for more meaningful family interactions, was originally taken in the Spring of 2012 at Patrick and Cindy’s Fort Worth home.
I have to tell you, I am in complete agreement with Patrick on a few key things we touched on in this conversation. Namely, in designing interior spaces… Smaller and higher quality… Open and interactive. He’s spot on with these ideas! Listen to our conversation to learn more.
Happy Saturday, friends!
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