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Unique Property In Charleston For Sale

Number 2 Concord St in Charleston is a truly unique and truly inspiring property. The property is located adjacent to the Carolina yacht club and was converted to a residence through a monumental construction effort. The end result is a trophy property overlooking Charleston harbor with unparalleled views. The 2.72 acre property includes the main residence and the guest house. The property is a stunning display of luxury and craftsmanship, with absolutely no expense spared. The list of noteworthy features is endless, several highlights include: a covered boat lift, library, wine room with climate control, fully integrated audio visual system, and a programmable window shade system that, with just the touch of a button, captures panoramic 360 degree views of Charleston harbor.



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LUNO RECORD & WHISKEY CONSOLE | Image

LUNO RECORD & WHISKEY CONSOLE

With a beautiful Mid Century inspired design, the Luno EGB2 is a timely update of the classic record console of the 50s and 60s. Crafted from American Walnut the stunning pice of furniture comes with a Pro-Ject Debut Carbon turntable and metal turnknob controls, a tweeter, a 6.5 woofer, a 200W amplifier, a 100W subwoofer, AirPlay receiver and two aux inputs, plus storage space for 150 records. It also features a pull out minibar complete with gold-rimmed Whiskey gl...
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FLATMATE SECRETARY

Seems like the latest tech developments are affecting furniture design. The Flatmate Secretary was conceived by Michael Hilgers for Magazin, it is only 5" deep, but when the top is folded out it has a workspace of 28" wide by 16.5" deep. With many using their phones or tablets as computers, this looks like a more than adequate work desk for a small studio or office....
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RECLAIMED WOOD LIGHTING

Split Grain is an LA-based studio owned by designer Paul Freckler, he makes these exquisite lights with reclaimed wood. The beautiful collection of fine art wood sculptures explores the hidden beauty of the grain and growth of trees, each piece is unique and deconstructs the wood form to reveal its unique contours, patterns and characteristics. The sculptures are supported by aluminum or steel and are sliced in sections to create a unique form which also allows ligh...
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