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oldgregg
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6274 posts since 13/4/02

24 May 2010 14:55
works well with boat shoes
jimm
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1558 posts since 22/11/04

24 May 2010 15:57
Dag, are you using the Lagerfeld book stacking system?

inversesquare
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6667 posts since 7/6/08

24 May 2010 16:10
I don't know. Karl Langerfeld is using the Wilfrid neck warming system though

Homer
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23926 posts since 8/5/03

24 May 2010 21:50
Stanleyboy wrote: It's a nautical searchlight.

plenty of vintage models around, although expensive.

http://www.moorfieldsv.co.uk/Extrapage%20Updateable%20Page%202.htm


think this will do for cheapness even if its well different

http://www.habitat.co.uk/fcp/product/browse/Tripod-floor-legs/996986

Strummer
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2163 posts since 24/7/04

25 May 2010 21:12
Looking for something to brighten up the spare room. Thoughts on these?

http://www.art2arts.co.uk/abstract-art/square/memory-of-a-waltz/prod_4205.html

http://www.art2arts.co.uk/abstract-art/diptych-two-/revival/prod_520.html

http://www.art2arts.co.uk/abstract-art/diptych-two-/eruption/prod_2249.html

http://www.art2arts.co.uk/abstract-art/square/into-the-deep/prod_2689.html
Brad
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5019 posts since 20/6/01

25 May 2010 21:21
2nd one
Dee
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11221 posts since 22/11/07

25 May 2010 21:29
Homer wrote:
Stanleyboy wrote: It's a nautical searchlight.

plenty of vintage models around, although expensive.

http://www.moorfieldsv.co.uk/Extrapage%20Updateable%20Page%202.htm


think this will do for cheapness even if its well different

http://www.habitat.co.uk/fcp/product/browse/Tripod-floor-legs/996986


I have that one in a clamp lamp, great lights if fitted with a silver capped bulb - The light then refflects of the serated bands around the circumference of the shade.
Master
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2837 posts since 1/10/03

27 May 2010 12:17
probably quite obvious but check ebay? theres a few on there for couple of hundred pounds. Been looking for a lamp myself and did look into these lights but came to a conclusion that they're a bit too much. Going to look for something a bit more simple.

stelfox
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8488 posts since 11/3/09

27 May 2010 12:26
Homer wrote:
Stanleyboy wrote: It's a nautical searchlight.

plenty of vintage models around, although expensive.

http://www.moorfieldsv.co.uk/Extrapage%20Updateable%20Page%202.htm


think this will do for cheapness even if its well different

http://www.habitat.co.uk/fcp/product/browse/Tripod-floor-legs/996986

Don't know if you've clocked it but you buy the legs seperate from the 'head' which I believe is this http://www.habitat.co.uk/fcp/product/browse/Lampshade/961227

Think this is most of the bits http://www.habitat.co.uk/search?keywords=photographic&x;=0&y;=0

I only know as I asked the guy in there about it a few weeks back.
Master
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2837 posts since 1/10/03

27 May 2010 13:14
whether the sofas and beds are comfy at all is a different matter, but really clever spacing saving. Amazing designs.


Homer
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23926 posts since 8/5/03

28 May 2010 08:36
famiglia wrote:
Homer wrote:
Stanleyboy wrote: It's a nautical searchlight.

plenty of vintage models around, although expensive.

http://www.moorfieldsv.co.uk/Extrapage%20Updateable%20Page%202.htm


think this will do for cheapness even if its well different

http://www.habitat.co.uk/fcp/product/browse/Tripod-floor-legs/996986

Don't know if you've clocked it but you buy the legs seperate from the 'head' which I believe is this http://www.habitat.co.uk/fcp/product/browse/Lampshade/961227

Think this is most of the bits http://www.habitat.co.uk/search?keywords=photographic&x;=0&y;=0

I only know as I asked the guy in there about it a few weeks back.


Thought it was too cheap, FML
troll
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3571 posts since 30/1/10

28 May 2010 13:00
Master wrote: whether the sofas and beds are comfy at all is a different matter, but really clever spacing saving. Amazing designs.


The beds and sofas look comfy enough but are sacrificing that a bit to save loads of space. Brilliant idea not only for small flats/studios but having a multipurpose room study/office spare bedroom. Really cool and clever designs, I bet a bit pricy though!
Strummer
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2163 posts since 24/7/04

30 May 2010 12:49
Nice gaff

http://www.theselby.com/8_24_08_paola_james/index.html
Strummer
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2163 posts since 24/7/04

4 Jun 2010 19:25
Anyone know whether reproductions of this are available? Or can anyone point me in the direction of someone who can source an original?

Its a Carlton bookcase by Ettore Scottass.

eelsupper
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12 posts since 4/5/10

4 Jun 2010 21:16
Try
http://www.kissthedesign.ch/website_english/sottsass_carlton_e.html
Strummer
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2163 posts since 24/7/04

5 Jun 2010 10:06
thanks
Charles Winthorpe III
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5474 posts since 29/7/05

5 Jun 2010 10:38
anyone know of anywhere that has the daft punk habitat table for sale please.
oldgregg
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6274 posts since 13/4/02

7 Jun 2010 21:12
billy ray valentine wrote: anyone know of anywhere that has the daft punk habitat table for sale please.

http://www.gumtree.com/london/67/59797567.html

considering scarcity and condition excellent price, snap it up!
oldgregg
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6274 posts since 13/4/02

7 Jun 2010 21:16
good shit








mr.white
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17101 posts since 10/7/04

7 Jun 2010 21:28
wheres the telly? Puzzled