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Susannah Holmberg susannah@cityhomecollective.com Susannah Holmberg is an astute lover of interiors. A globe trekker at soul, this creator has stayed in tents and ashrams, five star hotels and B&B's. Those years of travel, coupled with English and art history studies and a Master's in Art from MICA, have left this gem with a polished grasp on the effect of design in any setting and a seat on the board of UMOCA. Susannah's fascination with the creation of space has led her steadfastly toward a career in interior design, and straight into our COLLECTIVE embrace. For Susannah, few things are as as important as creating spaces for others to adore and flourish in. Doctrine worth subscribing to, no doubt.
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