Renaissance man David Bernabo talks about his video series called "Close Up" publised on the Glass Block, a new web magazine.
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BY TIMO EKHART
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BY PAUL RICHARDS
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BY MARK MORENO
@ VOL 8
ON MAR 23, 2017
“The most important architectural lessons I teach can be traced back to my family, and to the family restaurant.”
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BY BUZZ KEMPER
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BY ANDY WALLMAN
@ VOL 24
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