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Just inside the front door is their workstation. “One day a week we spend time together, otherwise I’m leaving and he’s working or vice versa, and we just peer over each other’s shoulders,” Iacoli says. “It’s a good way to check in, because we found that we don’t do design work together. We definitely have a shared vision and we always agree, but we don’t sit down and sketch together and listen to jazz music and rap about design. One of us always has the initial loose concept and we work through it together in conversation. But we each have our own thing. We’re never on the same wavelength at the same time.”