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Trolleys, however, are the couple’s main weakness in terms of vintage: Near their front door sits another one, which they sourced from a London architectural salvage house called Lassco and powder-coated bright green. This scene provided us with one last telling contrast between the two designers: At left is a prototype of the towel stand from the Levien-led Kali collection, while at right, on the second shelf of the trolley, are wooden vessels with colored laminate edges, designed by Doshi. “Although we’re more aware of our process and how it works best after 10 years,” says Levien, “there’s still that agonizing process of producing something wonderful, and that will never go away.”