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Locals say ‘Farewell’ to K Flo

News—————30 July 2012

Despite harbingers of impending doom delivered by the old hooded man behind 1600 K, the Studio was unprepared for the bad happenings that took place this most recent Friday the 13th. Like the feared crossing of a black cat across your path, Friday July 13th stole in front of Studio Twenty Seven and claimed the Studio as its victim – it was the final day at Studio Twenty Seven Architecture for stalwart talent Katie Floersheimer. But the loss to our Studio is California’s gain as Katie will begin her studies toward a graduate degree at the University of California, Berkeley. Better weather, the civilized daily schedule of an academic environment and beautiful views of San Francisco across the bay await K Flo. Best wishes from all of us, and say hello to Chris for us!

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