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September 21, 2013
Can’t afford to drop $2 million on a Marc Newson Lockheed Lounge? Relax, for to follow is a study of rooms from the pages of Dwell that incorporate a range of designs by the modern industrial master.
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  Parisian gallery director Didier Krzentowski and his wife, Clémence, chose a Marc Newson Alufelt chair for the dining room of their Paris flat. Photo by Philippe Munda.  Photo by Philippe Munda.

    Parisian gallery director Didier Krzentowski and his wife, Clémence, chose a Marc Newson Alufelt chair for the dining room of their Paris flat. Photo by Philippe Munda.

    Photo by Philippe Munda.
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  Krzentowski, who works from home for three hours a day, at his desk. A Marc Newson Orgone stretch lounge occupies the foreground. Photo by Philippe Munda.    Photo by Philippe Munda.

    Krzentowski, who works from home for three hours a day, at his desk. A Marc Newson Orgone stretch lounge occupies the foreground. Photo by Philippe Munda.

     

    Photo by Philippe Munda.
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  Elsewhere in the Krzentowski apartment is the Newson Embryo chair, which dates from 1988. Photo by Philippe Munda.  Photo by Philippe Munda.

    Elsewhere in the Krzentowski apartment is the Newson Embryo chair, which dates from 1988. Photo by Philippe Munda.

    Photo by Philippe Munda.
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  At Krzentowski’s Galerie Kreo, Diode lamps designed by Marc Newson have been produced in a limited edition of 18 pairs exclusively for an exhibition. Photo by Philippe Munda.      Photo by Philippe Munda.

    At Krzentowski’s Galerie Kreo, Diode lamps designed by Marc Newson have been produced in a limited edition of 18 pairs exclusively for an exhibition. Photo by Philippe Munda.

     

     

    Photo by Philippe Munda.
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  The Orgone chaise longue by Marc Newson for Cappellini holds court in the Field House, in the rolling Wisconsin terrain. Photo by Tom Fowlks.  Photo by Tom Fowlks.

    The Orgone chaise longue by Marc Newson for Cappellini holds court in the Field House, in the rolling Wisconsin terrain. Photo by Tom Fowlks.

    Photo by Tom Fowlks.
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  A Newson piece for the 99%: Slovakian firm Gut Gut recast the ground floor of an early ’90s apartment building, where a green Dish Doctor by the designer for Magis adds a splash of color next to the sink.

    A Newson piece for the 99%: Slovakian firm Gut Gut recast the ground floor of an early ’90s apartment building, where a green Dish Doctor by the designer for Magis adds a splash of color next to the sink.

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Didier Krzentowski and his wife, Clémence, in the dining room of their Paris flat. The Slim table was designed by Martin Szekely for a Galerie Kreo exhibition in 1999. On the wall, above a Marc Newson Alufelt chair, is a photograph of Krzentowski by Erwin

Parisian gallery director Didier Krzentowski and his wife, Clémence, chose a Marc Newson Alufelt chair for the dining room of their Paris flat. Photo by Philippe Munda.

Photo by Philippe Munda.

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