New Streaming Service 'Shelter' Is Netflix for Design Lovers

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New Streaming Service 'Shelter' Is Netflix for Design Lovers

The curated platform offers over 200 hours of documentaries, shorts, and episode-driven series on all things architecture, design, and sustainability

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