Interior Design, LiveWire

November 2004
www.interiordesign.net

New Products/Furniture

Organic Style

November 2004
“Into The Woods,” by Kieran Doherty

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“We found eight designers who transform reclaimed wood into tomorrow’s heirlooms….’By using fallen trees, I can extend their life cycle as beautiful furniture. That’s why I try to keep the tree reference in my work and why I think the designer’s hand must stay humble.’”

Apartment Therapy

June 29, 2004
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“We can’t remember were we heard about Eric Manigian, but we consider him a great resource for all-natural, beautiful, no muss wood design….Eric assured me that every piece is different, and that his customers trusted in his skill to work with their requests and shape each board until it found it most creative expression.”

Felissimo Design House

‘White Out’
Exhibition: June 21 – August 21, 2004

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For Rent (Japan)

May & June 2004 issues
(cover and title page feature)

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New York Daily News

April 24, 2004
“Studio Brooklyn,” by Michelle Megna

“There’s more than lager brewing in Brooklyn….Here is a sneak peek of the talent Brooklyn has on tap.”

Interior Design

April 2004
“Brewed in Brooklyn”

“Last year, 30 on-the-cusp talents strutted their stuff at the inaugural Brooklyn Designs show in New York. For this year’s installment, the borough’s best return to St. Ann’s Warehouse and the Brooklyn Designs Gallery in DUMBO. New exhibitors…are joining Eric Manigian Studio, City Joinery, and 19 other veterans.”

Felissimo Design House

‘Made In Brooklyn’
Exhibition: September 8 – November 1, 2003

The New York Sun

September 4, 2003
“The Borough Beautiful: Brooklyn
Designs Come to Midtown at Felissimo,”
by Pia Catton

“Natural forms are the hallmark of Eric Manigian, a Brooklyn Heights resident who studied sculpture at Pratt and Buddhism in Kyoto, Japan. Mr. Manigian uses a method of slicing trees called ‘flitch cut,’ which produces full slabs of wood. He removes the bark from the trees, but allows the contours of the tree to define its shape.”

GO Brooklyn

June 23, 2003
“Home Is Where the Art Is,”
by Lisa J. Curtis

“Other innovative exhibitors included…Eric Manigian Studio’s table with both gem-cut edges and other undulating edges inspired by the tree itself…”

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