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  1. The Gus Modern architecturally-inspired Graph Chair is built to last, with a stainless steel frame and upholstered seat/back. Available in coal or snow vinyl.

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    $500.00
  2. The Gus Modern architecturally-inspired Graph Stool is built to last, with a stainless steel frame and upholstered seat/back. Available in coal or snow vinyl.

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    $325.00
  3. A counter-height version of the popular School Chair, this stool features a bent-ply seat and back and a powder-coated steel frame.

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    $325.00
  4. The Steelcase Lincoln Lounge Chair is a contemporary leather lounge chair that offers line sand a tailored look at an affordable price. Lincoln is great for waiting areas or places where people meet. Be warned, sit down, and you may never want to get up.

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    $638.00
  5. A story by Grow House Grow designer, Katie Deedy: "The bizarre stories surrounding the life of Aleister Crowley are anything but few and far between. Dubbed "the wickedest man in the world," Crowley kept heads turning as an avid occultist, insatiable drug user and devoted hedonist. This wallpaper pattern stems from the summer of 1938, which Crowley spent in Cornwall. Some unsubstantiated sources site cultish melees involving dancing beauties, hard narcotics and evenings spent in black magic debauchery. My interest, however, lay with a woman also residing in Cornwall that summer: Katherine Arnold-Forster, nee Ka Cox. Ka, an intelligent and practical woman, was the ex-lover of writer Rupert Brooke, as well as a close friend of Virginia Woolf. She eventually married into the influential Arnold-Forster family, and had been quietly living in Cornwall with her artist husband for some years prior to Mr. Crowley's arrival. The last night of Ka's life is shrouded in mystery and rumor. As the story goes, a couple from town found themselves entangled in Crowley's dark escapades and, fearing for their lives, approached Ka for help. Ever sensible, she took on their cause and made a visit to their cottage the following night. Her intention was to prove the dark arts they practiced were bogus, and it's possible that a seance was held. Some even believe Crowley himself was present, and a heated supernatural confrontation ensued. What is known for certain is that Ka Cox inexplicably dropped dead that night, making headlines across England and reinforcing Crowley's scandal-ridden infamy."

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  6. A story by Grow House Grow designer, Katie Deedy: "Jeanne Villepreux-Power (1794-1871) has been heralded as the "mother" of aquariophily, and was a pioneering female macalogist (the study of mollusks). Raised in the small village of Juillac, France, she made her way into the world at the age of 18 by walking to Paris where she became an accomplished dressmaker. She achieved initial fame following the celebrated creation of a wedding gown for a Bourbon princess; this led to an advantageous marriage to James Power, a wealthy English merchant who took her to Sicily where they resided for over two decades. Freed from the constraints of supporting herself, Jeanne was able to cultivate her love of the natural world, particularly the rich ocean life that surrounded her on the island. She immersed herself in the landscape, spending her days collecting and recording everything from shells and fossils to insect wings. In order to strengthen her scientific observations, Jeanne invented what is now her most famous achievement: the world's first aquarium. Three different models were developed to aid in her delicate work: the first, a "classic" glass aquarium, was built for study within her home. Two more, both anchored in the nearby sea, were of glass surrounded by protective cages. One housed smaller mollusks, while the second could be dropped to different depths to accommodate larger mollusks. Among Jeanne's distinguished discoveries were the unusual mating habits of the Argonauta argo (a species of octopus that was of particular interest to her, and one that fueled over 11 years of her studies), as well as her suggestion that rivers suffering from a loss of aquatic life could be repopulated by introducing tank-raised fish to sustainable levels. As a scientist she was accepted as the only female member of the Catania Accademia, was an affiliate of over a dozen other academies, and was the author of numerous scholarly papers. Jeanne's pattern traces her steps from humble, lace-stitching tailor to her hard-won aquatic scholarship, embodied in an elegant, ascending mollusk scallop."

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  7. The Mod Lounger brings together Offi and Lisa Albin's shared sensibility for innovative design that articulates the product's function in its form and expresses a fun approach to everyday objects. With this collaboration, the bent ply Mod Rocker was reinterpreted within the entirely different manufacturing capability of rotational molded plastic, and thus we were able to further develop the expressive and sculptural nature of the design. The Mod Lounger can be enjoyed by all ages, as a cozy spot for adult and child or for two kids together! Enjoy the Mod Lounger in your cool hang out space, at the library... or by the pool!

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    Regular Price: $599.00

    Special Price $509.15

  8. The Kontextür Tissue Box Cover is an understated yet potent antidote to the potpourri of ubiquitous kitsch and oft-smudged metallic ones dominating the category. This thoughtful new design redirects the tissue box from its typical role, hidden away from view, and celebrates its function by turning it into an objet d'art. The iconic factory silhouette with its smokestack-like extension at the top serving as the opening for the tissues creates a strong visual interplay between the shapes, colors and materials. What’s more, the tissues dispense like a dream. According to Owens when asked about his approach to design “ To quote one of my favorite musicians, Michael Franti: ‘I am deadly serious about us having fun.’ And my concept for the Tissue Box Cover is an exact expression of that sentiment. The visual and tactile softness of the form combine with the material in a way that suggests a gentle object. While the bold colors make it pop.”

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    $38.00
  9. Designed for simplicity and engineered for sustainability, Clamp Lamp combines the beauty of wood with the brilliance of LED technology. Clamp is comprised of 3 main components that work together to provide infinite adjustment, while focusing warm diffused light where needed most. Clamp’s minimal esthetic combines superior performance and playful expression that compliments any home or office setting.

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    $370.00
  10. Tokyo_1 is the petite version of Tokyo_2. The lamp is small in stature, but casts a delightful glow that will warm any room. Fits well on a shelf, desk, or table. Available for pre-order at a discount until June 5th!

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    $345.00

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