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Urban Archaeology

+1 212-371-4646

239 E 58th Street New York, Estados Unidos

guardado por 5 personas

tienda de derribos en nueva york!!!!

eye lo descubrió en octubre de 2007

esta tienda-almacen-espacio-nave es espectacular.
imaginad una tienda de derribos con cosas de nueva york‚ cornisas‚ elementos modernistas‚ gargolas de rascacielos‚ ventanes‚ frisos‚ lámparas....merece la pena darse el paseo

when Gil Shapiro opened Urban Archaeology’s first showroom in 1978, he ignited the trend of salvage design, reusing discarded materials from demolished buildings in new ways. Now boasting two showrooms in Manhattan, plus three more in the Hamptons, Boston, and Chicago, Urban Archaeology remains on the movement’s cutting edge, reworking moldings, fixtures, and even entire walls into new and exciting designs. This location’s main space encompasses two floors, part showroom and part studio. Murals of salvaged mosaic combine with antique bathtubs and new lighting fixtures to show home renovators their many options. Downstairs, a studio houses Urban Archaeology’s designers and their first-rate replicas of antique and discontinued fixtures. Items like bathtubs, tables, and chairs come ready-made, but fixtures can be custom designed; the vast selection of tile and stone, sourced from over 100 U.S. locations, can be ordered through the showroom or on the website. Urban Archaeology also designs retail concepts for commercial spaces, including a number of swanky local boutiques.

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listas: AMERICA_USA, arquitectura-ingeniería, contemplar, cultura museos arte, diseño

Urban Archeology Tribeca

+1 212-431-4646

143 Franklin St., New York, Estados Unidos

guardado por 5 personas

otra sucursal de este hallazgo

eye lo descubrió en enero de 2008

esta tienda-almacen-espacio-nave es espectacular.
imaginad una tienda de derribos con cosas de nueva york‚ cornisas‚ elementos modernistas‚ gargolas de rascacielos‚ ventanes‚ frisos‚ lámparas....merece la pena darse el paseo

When Gil Shapiro opened Urban Archaeology’s first showroom in 1978, he ignited the trend of salvage design, reusing discarded materials from demolished buildings in new ways. Now boasting two showrooms in Manhattan, plus three more in the Hamptons, Boston, and Chicago, Urban Archaeology remains on the movement’s cutting edge, reworking moldings, fixtures, and even entire walls into new and exciting designs. This location’s main space encompasses two floors, part showroom and part studio. Murals of salvaged mosaic combine with antique bathtubs and new lighting fixtures to show home renovators their many options. Downstairs, a studio houses Urban Archaeology’s designers and their first-rate replicas of antique and discontinued fixtures. Items like bathtubs, tables, and chairs come ready-made, but fixtures can be custom designed; the vast selection of tile and stone, sourced from over 100 U.S. locations, can be ordered through the showroom or on the website. Urban Archaeology also designs retail concepts for commercial spaces, including a number of swanky local boutiques.

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listas: AMERICA_USA, arquitectura-ingeniería, comprar, contemplar, cultura museos arte, diseño