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1930s French Postal Desk

Originally used for sorting mail in the 1930īs, this postal desk has been faithfully replicated. It features a large leather work surface and a leather-cushioned swing-out stool that tucks away beneath the desk. All leather details are hand-stained to give a timeworn look. Itīs  very a distinctive and eminently practical option for the home office.



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Taylor Stitch
Velomacchi
DOVETAIL VINYL STORAGE CABINET | Image

DOVETAIL VINYL STORAGE CABINET

The Dovetail Cabinet by Symbol Audio, is ideal for avid record collectors, the perfect option for vinyl storage, allowing you to easily flip through an entire record collection. The elegant cabinet can be configured however you please, going from a single cabinet (stores up to 100 LPs) to a dresser sized combination which will hold up to 1,000 LPs. Each crate is handcrafted from thick locally sourced solid Walnut or White Oak, and has exposed English dovetail joiner...
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PAMPSHADE BREAD LAMPS

Japanese artist Yukiko Morita transforms real bread into functional lamps! Pampshade is a collection of bread lamps made from actual loaves of bread covered in a layer of resin to protect the bread from decaying. You can choose from several styles, from baguettes, batards, to croissants, with the smaller lamps using one AA battery, whereas the larger designs use A-shaped wall sockets. The lamps can be positioned wherever one desires, you can display it on a table or...
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UNDERPASS STUDIO WORKSPACE

This furniture designer has built a studio under a bridge! Fernando Abellanas, who makes furniture under the label Lebrel, has transformed the underside of a concrete bridge in Valencia (Spain) into a hidden workspace as a response to the urban space shortage. He built this structure in the greatest secrecy perched at several meters of altitude, accessed only by a platform, which he operates with the aid of a crank. The platform moves from one side of the bridge to ...
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