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To be fair, a wok on an induction burner is only slightly more worthless than a wok on a wolf stove. Unless you have serious BTUs, you are better off using a round eye frying pan.
No reason you wouldn't see Mr. Bugatti chair in a very modern setting. It would probably be a lot better than in a post modern space.
Woks are for Chinese people.Le Creuset and Staub dutch ovens are enameled steel, and they work great on induction.
Do you guys remember what AD looked like in 2000? People like period looks because they are safe. The MCM look is a period look. It is more akin to French Colonial paint by numbers than to a house full of what somebody might actually know and love. That isn't to say that there is anything wrong with the pieces that make it up, it is just that a lot of it is chosen because it is a theme. Like a Disney theme or some such. Also, it seems like a lot of younger people in...
If you have the available amps, induction is a lot better to live and cook with. Especially if you have kids.
It is hard for me to imagine her being sympathetic to a place full of Nelson benches.
It says that they have basically limited knowledge of furniture design. Gomes' wife is the exception, in my experience, not the hidebound rule.
Top. The canting of the bottom one in conjunction with its overly tapered legs gives it too much of a Philippe Stark look. Also, it makes the rear connection between base and seat awkward.
I think it is less that there is no distinction between modern and post-modern than it is that most people don't try to fit everything they have in the same neat box. I can say I have never asked myself "is this modern" when I like something, or "is this postmodern" or whatever.There is good and bad in mid century, for example, flag halyard good and Nelson bench atrocious, as there is in postmodern. I like things on a piece by piece basis, and yes, also because of the...
Love it.
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