Architect's Conference Room Doesn't Need Furniture

My brother had a summer intern job with an architecture firm. His company had inherited a projected from another firm. My brother's job was to furnish the rooms of the new building with the furniture of the old building. During a turnover meeting with the architectural firm that had designed the building, they asked him why there were no chairs in one conference room. Carter said that since there were no doors in their plans for that room, he didn't see any way to get the furniture into the room. The client wasn't very impressed with the first firm -- maybe that's why they were replacing that firm.

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