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Buoy Pendant 01 by Lindsey Adelman x Nancy Callan

Glass artist Callan created a globe incorporating signature glass cane-work and Adelman plotted a pattern of drilled holes, hand-knotted a rope web, and wired it up to become a pendant light. 10” Diameter $2.200

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Reclaim x2 Presale

  Proceeds go to the Brooklyn Recovery Fund. shop.lin-morris.com/collections/reclaim-x2 www.at60inches.com/curated/reclaim-x2    

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Reclaim x2: design that’s more than the sum of its parts

Thanks to the huge outpouring of support from the design community, we're announcing our next show during NYC Design Week 2013! CALL FOR ENTRIES Reclaim NYC's inaugural event in December was a reminder of the design community's strength in this city. In the spirit of continuing the feeling of teamwork and community generated by the show, Reclaim NYC is calling upon designers to pair up and create works inspired by the idea of collaboration. Participants are encouraged to work with partners outside of their own firms or disciplines to address the idea of

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Save the Date: Reclaim x2 on May 16

Reclaim NYC invites you to its second exhibit and charity sale, Reclaim x2: design that's more than the sum of its parts, during New York Design Week 2013. Reclaim x2 charity sale will take place on Thursday, May 16, 2013, 7:00 - 11:00pm. rsvp: info@reclaimnyc.org Reclaim NYC’s inaugural event in December was a reminder of the design community’s strength in this city. In the spirit of continuing the feeling of teamwork and community generated by the first show, Reclaim NYC has called upon designers to pair up and create works inspired by the idea of co

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What’s Next For Reclaim NYC?

The need is still great, and we have a number of pieces that did not sell at the silent auction on December 19, 2012. Reclaim NYC has decided to extend the auction to an online sale and proceeds from the online sale will go towards Occupy Sandy, a grassroots charity that has been integral in organizing volunteers and extending help to those communities hardest hit by Hurricane Sandy. Visit our Donate page to learn more about the charities that Reclaim NYC supports.

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The Après Collection by UM Project

The Après Collection by UM Project is an obvious reference to acknowledge what has happened, how Sandy has affected people's lives and businesses and what the future can be. All the pieces have been made with salvaged parts, recycled and left-over materials and donated supplies from local and regional businesses that have also endured Sandy. The Après Lamp 1 is made of a rusty steel base salvaged at the Token shop in Red Hook after the storm, a re-purposed brass shade from one of our L.U.M. Lamps, and left-over ash wood from some of our

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NY Nouveau Visage by Kevin Michael Burns

Made with love, NY Nouveau Visage is saltwater oxidized cherry, splines are reclaimed brass scraps from the legs of a recent project and mirror is reclaimed from the streets of Queens and aged with acid. Finish is hand-rubbed oil and wax. Mirror cut at Mirrors by Jordan in Dutch Kills, NY. Dimensions: 27” x 23” SOLD