6 Ways to Design with Marc Newson

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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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