Furniture Made from Reclaimed Sandy Debris for Charity

Furniture Made from Reclaimed Sandy Debris for Charity

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Tara Bellucci
Dec 7, 2012
New York designers are doing what they do best to help Sandy relief efforts. Reclaim NYC is an auction of furniture made from salvaged wood and materials left after the storm. From side tables to light fixtures, the reclaimed creations will be auctioned at the Ligne Roset SoHo showroom on December 19. In other news, check out an "analog app" that takes two-way iPhone photos, and David Bromstad's Disney-inspired kid's rooms are out of this world. See the headlines after the jump.Designers Make Furniture From Sandy Debris For Reclaim NYC Benefit Auction | Architizer • David Bromstad's Early Work: Disney-Inspired Kids' Rooms | Curbed • A Modified Moleskine For Shooting Two-Way iPhone Video | Co.Design (Image: Reclaim NYC)
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