I finally understand the difference between magic and an illusion. An illusion can be packaged into an architectural and/or design product; regrettably, magic cannot. Retired 3ringer Lora Leonard first wrote of The Sky Factory in March after a visit to her dentist, but I promise reading/seeing the product online does not compare with the real deal. Learn more about this illusion and how it might be appropriate for a project you’re working on today, whether it be for healthcare, hospitality, or residential application. Here’s what Karan Garg, Director of Marketing at The Sky Factory, has to say…
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