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buy desyrel trazodone There is a theatrical sequence of the experience of the space as it lends itself effortlessly to habitation and enjoyment. The design of the landscape and the pavilion uses scale to its advantage and emphasises on detail as a prime contributor to the character. As the nature around will change with time and season, the pavilion will serve as a stage to observe and appreciate this change.

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eukroma plus cream price in india Architect: CollectiveProject
Project Design Team:  Cyrus Patell, Eliza Higgins
Site Area:  70 sqm
Built-up Area: 10sqm
Client:  Vivek Shah
Landscape: CollectiveProject
Year of Commencement-Completion: 2013-2014
Photographs: Tina Nandi Stephens