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Shaped Like the Manhattan Bridge a Dining Table for Ten

July 4, 2011 Filed Under: Interior Furniture
Shaped Like the Manhattan Bridge a Dining Table for Ten

Brooklyn-based furniture designer Richard Velloso drew inspiration from the iconic Manhattan Bridge when he created this dining table, made from a 6 foot long piece of drift wood that he found on the beach beneath the bridge and hot-rolled steel. He named the piece “An Ode to the Manhattan Bridge” and it measures seven-plus feet long and seats eight (or ten, if they know each other well). At first... 

Design Interior Awkward Desk Lamp by Nonlinear Studio

February 14, 2011 Filed Under: Interior Lighting
Design Interior Awkward Desk Lamp by Nonlinear Studio

Brooklyn, New York-based Nonlinear Studio have designed the Slightly Awkward Desk Lamp. The defining beauty in people is often the characteristic that doesn’t fit the standard mold.  The Slightly Awkward Desk Lamp, is simple and minimal but has a posture that is a bit peculiar.  The awkward stance of the lamp with its truncated fourth leg gives it life and personality, while allowing it to balance... 

Brooklyn Apartment Small with 25 000 Ping Pong Balls

January 26, 2011 Filed Under: Apartment Interior
Brooklyn Apartment Small with 25 000 Ping Pong Balls

Design bed apartment is quite unique and creative, wall beds at garnished with 25,000 ping pong balls, According to Homedit, there are no less than 25000 ping pong balls decorating this 90 square foot Brooklyn apartment,which in consequence has an interesting “pixelated” effect. The small loft is located above the offices of Snarkitecture, the architecture company towards which Daniel climbs down...