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We want to know how ArchDaily has impacted your life as a reminder of how your support has been crucial to us. That's why we proudly introduce ArchDaily's Love Wall, a new place where users can share their stories on how ArchDaily has impacted their lives, as illustrator Francisca Alvarez has envisioned in this series of illustrations.
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