March 2015
Boutique Design;Mar2015, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p48
An interview with German-American interior designer Thomas Schoos is presented. Topics discussed include Schoos views on his educational background where he learned art through experiment and being part of the art scene, his work as stone sculptor at the Cologne cathedral in Europe, and his experience in art and working with several chefs such as Masaharu Morimoto and Brian Malarkey at different restaurants.


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