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Metropolis Swings by for Brilliant Simplicity

News—————24 January 2014

Susan Szenasy, Editor-in-Chief of Metropolis Magazine, recently visited Studio Twenty Seven to share the short film Brilliant Simplicity. Susan has been using the film to reach out to architecture and design firms nationally to encourage innovation and dialogue, and learn of the efforts of design professionals in markets that don’t always get the attention they deserve in design media. The studio gathered for a viewing of the film and a free-ranging conversation with Susan and her colleague Zachary Brewster on everything from foldable paper walls to how to educate our clients. It was an honor to have Susan and Zach stop by, and we hope to see them again when they are next in the District.

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