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David Weeks' New NYC Gallery

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Furniture and lighting designer extraordinaire David Weeks has a new showroom and gallery at 38 Walker Street in Manhattan.
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  David Weeks's first showroom is located in TriBeCa and features his complete lighting, furniture, and accessory collections. His workshop remains in Brooklyn.

    David Weeks's first showroom is located in TriBeCa and features his complete lighting, furniture, and accessory collections. His workshop remains in Brooklyn.

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  The Kopra Burst chandelier and floor lamp are prominently displayed in the shop's window.

    The Kopra Burst chandelier and floor lamp are prominently displayed in the shop's window.

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  An oversize Cubebot (one of our favorite toys!) couch offers a cushy spot to sit.

    An oversize Cubebot (one of our favorite toys!) couch offers a cushy spot to sit.

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  In 2008, Weeks won a Good Design Award for his Sculpt collection (the sectional is shown here).

    In 2008, Weeks won a Good Design Award for his Sculpt collection (the sectional is shown here).

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  An artistic mirrored wall sculpture in the showroom.

    An artistic mirrored wall sculpture in the showroom.

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  This vignette features the new powder-coated-metal Folha tables and the Cernan floor lamp.

    This vignette features the new powder-coated-metal Folha tables and the Cernan floor lamp.

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  This Semana chair is update to Weeks's original 1999 design. He worked with Big Bend Saddlery to develop an ultra-thick leather seat that has more form and structure than a typical sling chair.

    This Semana chair is update to Weeks's original 1999 design. He worked with Big Bend Saddlery to develop an ultra-thick leather seat that has more form and structure than a typical sling chair.

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  Artist and designer Rodger Stevens created a series of wire baskets for the studio.

    Artist and designer Rodger Stevens created a series of wire baskets for the studio.

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