Transplanted from California to the neighbourhood of Bedford-Stuyvesant, Ariele Alasko of Brooklyn to West makes some pretty darn cool pieces, transforming salvaged wood into tasteful, geometric wonders.
Every architecture student has done it: The all-nighter where you end up sleeping on or under your desk. (When I did it, it was under a traditional drafting table). Now designer Athanasia Leivaditou ofStudioNLhas brought a whole new level of comfort to the overnight in the studio with this clever desk that hides a bed.Transformer desk turns into bedroom
“This gorgeous chair is handcrafted in small workshop in Mexico City in an artisanal way - every piece is slightly different from the others. The chairs are made with recycled PVC cord. You can imagine them outside around a patio table, or inside, equally happy and retro looking.”