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Record Display I

Record Display I is a beautifully handmade vinyl record display built with solid walnut, and with brass details, by Japanese furniture maker Kai Takeshima in Montreal, Canada. Finished with oil for a sleek look, the elegant display features six different compartments capable of holding approximately 290 records in total, helping you keep your precious collection organized, accessible, and appreciated.



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1930S FRENCH POSTAL DESK | Image

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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URBAN CITYSCAPES | BY TIM JAROSZ | Image

URBAN CITYSCAPES | BY TIM JAROSZ

We were contacted by Tim Jarosz, a professional photographer and graphic designer from Chicago, he creates wonderful artwork highlighting urban "cityscapes" from digitally collaged photograph illustrations. Timīs artwork is then printed on chromalux board or aluminum sheet metal providing the necessary look that makes the artwork really pop, with a super glossy finish that makes the colors truly vibrant. Check out the collection here...
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HI CAN | HIGH FIDELITY CANOPY | Image

HI CAN | HIGH FIDELITY CANOPY

HiCan - High fidelity Canopy - represents the new interpretation of the canopy iconic bed. A new, seamless blend of vintage and comtemporary design that uses the latest technology to deliver new emotional scenarios and way of expressions in our most intamate space. Designed by the italian designer Edoardo Carlino to build a new relashionship between human beings, design and technology inside the bed, we spend about one third of our lifes....
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