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Living Color

February 25, 1990

Dagny Corcoran's house, as designed by Gregory Evans ("Living Color," by Barbara Thornburg, Jan. 7), reminded me of the old saying, "Paint the cell red and drive the prisoner mad." Although I admire Evans' bold statement, I see interior design in the 1990s as more restrained and introspective, in response to a new respect for human rights stimulated by the events taking place in Eastern Europe. Contrary to Evans' design, the interior spatial experience would be "progression" rather than "inundation."

ROSEMARIE MAMAGHANI, Thousand Oaks

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