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TURTLE CREEK - You say to-MAYT-oh, the architect says ta-MAH-toe, but you can hardly call the whole thing off - you can't do business without an office.
It's a story at least as old as the first commissioned commercial artist - left-brained logic-minds and right-brained creative types just don't see eye-to-eye. Even Catherine de Medici was known to spar with those artists who immortalized every feckless moment of her self-indulgent, self-important life.
And so it is today - with left-brained, business-minded executives on one side and right-brained interior architects and designers on the other.
Thus the genesis of a recent study by the American Society of Interior Designers aimed at showing how far apart business folks and …