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In situ concrete has been used to create this boarded column and intriguing window detail on a house in the Grenadine Islands by Cullum and Nightingale. The building sits among coconut trees and, to increase the feeling of connection with the exterior, the architect has cast imprints of palm fronds against the undersides of the slabs, creating unusually decorated ceilings.

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