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Robert Sangster

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Long before collaborating with Rollout on wallpaper collections, this surface designer made a name for himself with his custom solutions. While frequently commissioned to mimic the look of reclaimed industrial spaces in residential interiors by applying textural concrete treatments to drywall (see Cecconi Simone’s urban-chic event space for Chaz condos), his more delicate and decorative work is equally impressive. For an Emily Griffin Design project, Sangster used wainscotting to frame a series of soft grey panels depicting muted tree shadows in a dining room.

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