Interior Design

April 2006
Market section

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“Bandwidth is sure to see high-frequency use. The table’s texture and visual rhythm derive from a mix of solid zebrawood and spalted maple, the latter salvaged form trees that would otherwise be left to rot or cut down for firewood.”

Sample: Texture

March 15, 2006
sampletexture.blogspot.com

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“Artist Eric Manigian breathes new life to natures fallen giants…His designs have a timeless quality, with an attention to detail that stimulate both visually and cerebrally.”

Apartment Therapy

March 15, 2006
www.apartmenttherapy.com

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“This is Eric of Eric Manigian…The beginning of the video is a bit muffled audio-wise but your patience will be rewarded when Eric reveals the wisdom of making furniture out of a tree.”

Video Interview

Interior Design Handbook (Russia)

March 9, 2006
www.idh.ru
“Natural Simplicity,” Anna Fonareva

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Ateno (China)

2006
www.ateno.com

Brooklyn Progress

December 2005/January 2006

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“Brooklyn Chamber Success Story”

New York Spaces

December 2005,
Volume 2, Issue #5
“Sanctuary for a Metro Male,”
by Lisa Mulcahy

Elements of Living

September 2005

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“…Each hand-joined, oil-rubbed piece from his Brooklyn studio is an improvisation that celebrates the unique markings and so-called imperfections of the timbers. The variegated Bandwidth table has a single flitch-cut edge.”

Journal of Design Architecture

April 4-10, 2005
www.designjournalmag.com

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“The Weekly Top 40 is the designer’s resource for cutting-edge furnishings available for specification…making it simple and easy for specifiers to stay abreast of hot new products that will dazzle clients.”

Interior Design

Market Tabloid, Fall 2004

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“Get back to nature with Bandwidth (008), from a series of artisanal furniture. This is a custom, made-to-order dining table in solid walnut and purple heart, giving the epic piece its signature variegated look. The natural edge wood used in this furniture comes from small millers who acquire fallen trees.”

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