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through the ages, built-in furnishings and joinery have always been integral in weaving domestic needs into architecture. The Romans knew a thing or two about manipulating space with furniture. In the senate, carefully arranged circular banks of seating instilled a layer of hierarchy and order. In Roman and Turkish baths, mosaic benches and seating were very much part

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