Artist & Designer Junior Sealy on Building a Sustainable Home in Barbados

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Artist & Designer Junior Sealy on Building a Sustainable Home in Barbados

Drawing on Japanese minimalism and the traditional architecture of enslaved people, this self-taught QPOC designer is building a dream with little regard for convention

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