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Dining Room : A New York Penthouse by ODA-Architecture

In the dining room, a custom-made marble table by ODA is surrounded by B&B Italia chairs; the pendant light is a Georg Baldele design for Swarovski, and the curtains are of a Sahco fabric.
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    In a Manhattan penthouse by ODA-Architecture, a work by Picasso hangs on the far wall of the library, and to the right stands a bronze by Ju Ming; the sofas are by de Sede.Pin it.See how top designers and architects are decorating their dining rooms From bright lemon to rich saffron, discover beautiful yellow rooms from the pages of AD See the special board of holiday inspiration fashion designer Jenni Kayne is curating just for AD Follow AD on Pinterest for more beautiful spaces and ...

  • erica motter

    Contemporary Office/Library in Manhattan, New York City. Black walls , Picasso painting, gigantic floor to ceiling windows, dual library shelf ladders

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    resimleri Interior, Windows, Design, Decor, Architectural Digest foto

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    AD’s 50 Most Popular Pins of 2013 : Architectural Digest

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    Living Room | Black Interior Design | ODA-Architecture NY, New York

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