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Great Eichler Interior

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Joined: Aug 28 2003

http://www.flickr.com/photos/58608986@N00/sets/1474983/show/

The above flicker slide show is great! The last photo shows an airplane wing coffee table that looks as modern as a Noguchi.
http://www.dwr.com/productdetail.cfm?id=0236

Has anyone else used found objects for art or furniture in their Eichler?

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Joined: Mar 17 2006

The interior is OK but would be much better if it didn't feature Bob Dylan's long-lost son with Down Syndrome.

I do agree however that the airplane wing coffee table is a cool find.

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Joined: Dec 9 2005

Sorry - I find your comment about involving Down Syndrome in pretty bad taste. You don't happen to have anyone in your family with the syndrome, I guess?

Mike

Willow Glen

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Joined: Aug 28 2003

Did we see the same slide show?
The person who took the photos said, "check out the atrium and the 33 year old hipster who can afford the place".
Now back to the original topic: found objects as art and furniture

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Joined: Mar 20 2003

deBlaze obviously doesn't understand the tone of this board. That fine. S/he learn.

as for the Eichler, perfect in my book.

what is far more cool is the Vespa P200 parked in his atrium. I hope it's not just a piece of furniture. Vespas are made to be ridden!

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Joined: Aug 28 2003

Hi Joe,
Yeah, the Vespa sure looks right at home in the atrium and is an economical form of transportation besides. Its so "Roman Holiday". http://www.imdb.com/gallery/mptv/1196/Mptv/1196/9202_0018.jpg?path=gallery&path_key=0046250

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Joined: Mar 20 2003

Ha!

My 1959 vespa matches the color of my front door...

total coincidence, really :wink:

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Joined: Aug 28 2003

Joe,
Nice color! It has a 1950s vibe. Color matching is hard so doing it by coincidence is
pretty cool.

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