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post #451 of 3467
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I think it would be great with a window somewhere in the middle of these cabinets to bring in some natural light

FWIW, this is ours. We didn't design it, the previous owners did - but we like it


Beautiful kitchen.
post #452 of 3467
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Not a frequent poster but spend a lot of time lurking in "Fine Living, Home..."

Thought I might contribute something so here is my new kitchen:




Still waiting on the refrigerator panels.

Great set-up!! Chandelair (sp?) details plz?!!
post #453 of 3467
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Great set-up!! Chandelair (sp?) details plz?!!

Sputnik 30" - lots of manufacturers.

It is a knock-off of the chandeliers in the Metropolitan Opera House.
Purchased through ebay but widely available online.
post #454 of 3467
These are sick Berlin designer Frank Buchwald’s Machine Lights series is comprised of 12 steampunk lamp designs that are handmade in extremely limited quantities and look like they could have come straight from the set of Dark City or Blade Runner. The main structures are made of raw brass and steel, which are hand burnished to create a unique antique black and brown hue. The industrial design aesthetic, complete with visible coils, filaments, cables, and flexible brass tubes, really lends these lights their edge. Production time is at least four weeks depending on the model and prices are not for the meek (from $3,800 to $5,900, with Type 09 jumping all the way up to $15,500). Buchwald will also entertain custom requests.
post #455 of 3467
^ This are very cool. I like the steampunk vibe.

There's a place on the Bowery that does custom work with a similar, but simpler feel. O'Lampia.

lefty
post #456 of 3467

New island LED light.... we just finished the design...It hangs about 3' off the deck and only uses
7 watts and meets the new title 24 requirements can also go under the counter.
post #457 of 3467
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Sputnik 30" - lots of manufacturers.

It is a knock-off of the chandeliers in the Metropolitan Opera House.
Purchased through ebay but widely available online.

Thanks much.
post #458 of 3467
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These are sick


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^ This are very cool. I like the steampunk vibe.

There's a place on the Bowery that does custom work with a similar, but simpler feel. O'Lampia.

lefty

+1 I like these a lot. Also, I love the light the incandescent light on the bottom right gives off.
post #459 of 3467
RH-301 by Robert Haussmann, designed in 1954. It is a rationalized development of the Barcelona chair -- and adheres to the tenets of the Bauhaus more closely than the Barcelona chair does -- at least in its method of construction and production.

Haussmann received a Compasso d'Oro for this chair design.
post #460 of 3467
BAR TRAIN
BOILER: Dispenser for beverages
FUNNEL: Dispenser for hot chocolate
BELL: Machine to grind coffee
INSIDE: 2 cruet in glass for beverages
TENDER: Box for supplies + a waste-bin
post #461 of 3467
Looks like something Hammacher Schlemmer would come up with. You can put it next to your $24,500 Lost in Space robot replica.
post #462 of 3467
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RH-301 by Robert Haussmann, designed in 1954. It is a rationalized development of the Barcelona chair -- and adheres to the tenets of the Bauhaus more closely than the Barcelona chair does -- at least in its method of construction and production.

Haussmann received a Compasso d'Oro for this chair design.

meehh.. just looks like someone took the base from an arne norell lounge chair and put it on a barcelona
post #463 of 3467
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meehh.. just looks like someone took the base from an arne norell lounge chair and put it on a barcelona

Yeah, only, it pre-dates the Arne Norell chair by more than a decade.
post #464 of 3467
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Looks like something Hammacher Schlemmer would come up with. You can put it next to your $24,500 Lost in Space robot replica.

LOL, yes.

The same Italian manufacturer (Traviganti) makes a robot as well

post #465 of 3467
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LOL, yes.

The same Italian manufacturer (Traviganti) makes a robot as well

I must also point out this excellent product:

Name: "CATERINA" ROBOT
Description:
Woman Robot with remote control. The directional keys permit to move the objet where you wish. Rechargeable battery.
H.170 CM.

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