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Architect Anthony Nazareno on What Makes a Great Working Relationship With Clients

"It's not so much what we could bring in," says the architect. "They also wanted something different."

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Photography: (L to R) Bea Nazareno, Courtesy of Anthony Nazareno

Contrary to popular belief, getting professionals to help you build a home isn't just about choosing to work with the first people you meet—architects and designers have their own core competencies and styles that they excel in, and which means you have to invest time to find the right team who can build your space to spec.

In this editotion of The Professionals, famed architect Anthony Nazareno talks about how his clients have evolved through the years, and how their participation and the way they think out of the box are helping professionals create more imaginative yet personalized homes.

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