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Response – description of rooms, broad…

“T he ground floor room has a few bright clothes, some accessories, and the tills where you pay. On the first floor, there is one room which has the changing rooms, plus many bright cushions to relax on, and another glass walled room at the front with more beachwear. On the second floor, there is another room of clothes and also a room which is just for the employees to relax in.”

Specifically responding to the above quote and several pictures refercd from the linked posting.

123 words below responded re-blog from mentioned

It’s too bad, we couldn’t get more direct interior looks of the floor set of the ‘changing rooms’ as it was put. I browsed a bit through the paragraphs and pictures. I skip through when I am interested, though it could be a bit boring” – But this part was read through thoroughly! I especially LOVE the concept of the glass walled room. It is recently this new trend with chosen photography in design magazines. As in, “the thing that just seems to be going.” The glass walled room concept – Oh man…. But unless your really into it, you might not see this going on as often at all. They are just appearing or frequenting a bit more and specific issue releases of design, (2 scopes: interior & exterior) – (architectural [infra]-structure).

Response, Written by: Rosette Jones

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