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An evolution, punctuated

pinkcomma gallery aims to showcase innovative architectural and design ideas

By Meaghan Agnew
Globe Correspondent / December 13, 2007

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Tucked away in a subterranean South End warehouse on a blustery fall afternoon, architects Chris Grimley and Mark Pasnik are busy taking a visitor on a tour of their work and gallery space. In the office, two fellow architects tap away on a laptop at a communal work table while two young Vizsla hounds battle for rubber-toy supremacy. New Order ... (Full article: 1165 words)

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