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Highlights The principle of making something new out of something old, not an unusual approach in the fashion or car industries, can also be seen in the world of watchmaking. The trend, known as ‘neo-vintage’ or ‘retro-futurism’ allows the hands of time to turn in both directions, bringing us watches that are as amazing as they are attractive.
Ok, so maybe you’re not sitting on The Dragon’s Chair-designed by Eileen Gray and formerly owned by Yves St Laurent-which once sold at auction for $27 million. Or a $5 million Harrington Commode. But there are lots of antiques and vintage items languishing unused in dusty boxes across the nation.
New York-based architect + designer Drew Seskunas has released a new take on the iconic Malm fireplace – the outdoor Prism Chiminea.