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Dufner Heighes Inc
Connecticut House
table was designed by Eero's pal Florence Knoll. Interestingly enough, it was also designed for executives, as she intended to modernize office furniture
Knoll's approach to office furniture design revolutionized modern office space in the early 1960s. The table desk comes in
friend Eero Saarinen's Executive Chairs, which were also originally designed as office furniture. Knoll's table and Saarinen's chairs both transition into
Pals Florence Knoll and Eero Saarinen designed office furniture with versatility in mind. The combination of her Table Desk
“Centerpiece” — Claude Rox
BERLINRODEO interior concepts
8 Reviews
Villa Berlin Grunewald // Germany
luxury apartment design...office design...corporate design...design consultancy...architectural design...furniture design
“Kitchen table” — Brock White
William Duff Architects, Inc.
3 Reviews
Atherton Colonial
An extensive renovation and addition to a prominent residence, WDA designed a large 2-story addition and basement that met our clients aspirations for
Chandelier for design office?
“Fixture” — papoian
Barker Freeman Design Office Architects pllc
Tribeca Duplex
Sophie Munro
“Dr table” — scottycohen
andrea mclean design office
5 Reviews
W 19th Interior
Janis Nicolay
“Terrarium” — rachelle4646
Barker Freeman Design Office Architects pllc
Upper West Side Loftlike Pre-War Apartment
Lesley Unruh
“the kitchen” — Surendra Reddi Kajuluri
Barker Freeman Design Office Architects pllc
Park Slope, Brooklyn Rowhouse
Lesley Unruh
“Pass-thru with bookcase on side opposite kitchen” — Mary Ann
Ben Herzog
10 Reviews
Park Slope Brownstone
Dining room and office niche. Photography by Marco Valencia.
question... What's the molding around the large opening leading into the home office? Looking for something in this style for my Brooklyn brownstone. Is this
dimensions of this room? It looks like my brownstone and I am having major design challenges getting everything to fit in the kitchen.
This was a bit bigger than the Dyke's stock casings. We designed this with 2 custom pieces to make the casing a 6" wide molding.
small area designated for desk work / mailing
“wall closet for Ann's teaching materials and a teaching nook. Could be first or second floor” — rkrebsjr
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