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teachinglandscapeKetaki Godbole Randiwe wrote:19 February 2019
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    Shreya Krishnan Design Office
    2 years ago

    Thank you! It's from KG Tiles, Bikaner.

  • Kanika Chugh
    2 years ago

    which company is the sliding doors from

mitali_sawantMitali Sawant wrote:20 November 2019

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    vaishalisanjeev added this to Courtyard9 February 2021

    The opening on the second floor to the courtyard below

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