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    mike_b I like that light a lot (I like industrial-looking lighting), but if it doesn't swivel I'd question its practicality. </p>

    That RO furniture is so Viking... but so is Rick.
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    hey faust,</p>

    here's the casimir site. enjoy:</p>

    http://casimir.be/casimir_v3.html</p>

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    [quote user="blackforest"]

    hey faust,</p>

    here's the casimir site. enjoy:</p>

    http://casimir.be/casimir_v3.html</p>

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    Thanks. That's a pretty cool website. I like the book format, I just wish it was bigger. So, as an insider, what do you think about heavy-weights like Ligne Roset, Roche Bobois, B&amp;B, etc - worth the money?</p>
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    hey faust,</p>

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    absolutely not. most people buy into the brand, other than the quality. don't get me wrong, they all make comfortable sofas, but there's so many other companies out there that offer a better, or comparable product for much less money. </p>


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    [quote user="blackforest"]

    hey faust,</p>

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    absolutely not. most people buy into the brand, other than the quality. don't get me wrong, they all make comfortable sofas, but there's so many other companies out there that offer a better, or comparable product for much less money. </p>


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    That's good to know. I will definitely ask you for advice when we move. Cheers.</p>
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    my pleasure faust</p>

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    That Rick Owens' furniture is awesome! All I would need would be the chair all by itself in the living room and a sword and I would be set.
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    ^^^ haha...</p>

    Casius, don't forget an Odd Nerdrum painting for your wall:
    (speaking of, I was wondering why Rick Owen's fall 07 headwear looked strangely familiar...)


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    This is fascinating:<DIV><BR class="khtml-block-placeholder"></DIV><DIV> http://www.glumbert.com/media/foldingchair
    </DIV><DIV><BR class="khtml-block-placeholder"></DIV><DIV>A video of the "folding chair" from Molo. I highly suggest briefly viewing it. </DIV><DIV><BR class="khtml-block-placeholder"></DIV>

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    That slinky chair is pretty cool! I wonder if it goes down the stairs well...

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    [quote user="Servo2000"]This is fascinating:<div><br class="khtml-block-placeholder"></div><div> http://www.glumbert.com/media/foldingchair
    </div><div><br class="khtml-block-placeholder"></div><div>A video of the "folding chair" from Molo. I highly suggest briefly viewing it. </div><div><br class="khtml-block-placeholder"></div>

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    whoa thats pretty neat! I wonder what its made of
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    The outside layers look like wood...

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    Went to their website. They've expanded the concept into large "pillow" seats. They're large enough that the outside is meant to slowly become crumpled and dented from sitting while the interior honeycomb design will retain the rigidity of the structure. Very cool! No prices listed (have to e-mail them... leads me to believe it'll be out of control pricing as design house furniture tends to be).</p>

    They're made from cardboard and the newer versions have magnets on the outer edges to bring them together firmly!</p>
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    in the furniture design class of some of the interior design courses i've seen there was an assignment where you would need to build a chair (that can be sat on) out of cardboard. pretty cool project imo.

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    I'm looking for some interestingbookcases, any suggestions?</P>
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    Fuuma, I dont have a direct suggestion for you, but you should check out Les Comissaires on St-Laurent. They stock super nice things (they had one of those Bless furhammocks, for 7000$!!). They work by themes, kinda like a gallery, so it changes really often.

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    [quote user="Fuuma"]

    I'm looking for some interestingbookcases, any suggestions?</p>

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    Fuuma, what's your budget?</p>
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    [quote user="Faust"][quote user="Fuuma"]


    I'm looking for some interestingbookcases, any suggestions?</P>


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    Fuuma, what's your budget?</P>


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    Right now, with my money already taken by my new LCD TV and furniture purchases pretty much $0 (could probably go as high as $5) so this more to know what is around, feel free to post many price points and I'll set my goal according to what I like and can realistically purchase....</P>
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    Now that I'm about to get my own place (at last!) this thread comes in handy. How do people feel about a thread somewhat similar to "what are you wearing today", but featuring pictures of people's apartments? It would be great inspiration, but are rooms too 'private'? </p>

    Oh, and whoever posted MvdR's Barcelona-chair - I've been wanting it for a while now. If you're lucky you can get one at an 'low' price at auctions. I wonder if I'll be lucky any time soon! :-)
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