Article: FLW Foundation authorizes 3 new product lines

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DavidC
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Article: FLW Foundation authorizes 3 new product lines

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JimM
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That Martin House is simply unforgiveable. $75-$150?!

SDR
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I don't mind the abstraction of that version of the Martin house---though the roof coursing must qualify as uber-abstraktion ? Compared to a previous plastic-block model, of the Guggenheim, this seems practically heroic in its (relative) fidelity . . .!

I wonder when we'll see the whole gamut of offerings, from these (presumably) new Foundation-approved vendors.

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