Original-Look : Pillows Inspired by New York Buildings

Original-Look : Pillows Inspired by New York Buildings

The vibrant city of New York has so much diversity, that it is impossible not to get caught in the middle, especially if you’re a designer. Patrick Chirico created this original pillow collection called “Build Your Block” which recreates a few famous streets of New York. The products could make for some great decorative elements and go wonderfully in a modern interior with a simple color palette. Completely washable and dry-cleanable, the cushions are practical and low-maintenance. Prices start at $36 and the items can be purchased online at Design Public We are waiting for the designer to come up with the sheets for this collection also; this way “building your block” could occur much faster. Freshome readers, recognize any street from the images below?

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  • Kissen nach dem Vorbild der Häuser aus New Yorks Straßen > Design und so > bridge, build your block, New York, skyline April 20, 2011 at 09:39 AMLogin to Reply →

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  • Voncelle Volté April 20, 2011 at 10:37 AMLogin to Reply →

    Of all the striking architecture in Manhattan and the other boroughs, why bodegas? If this were pre-Giuliani, then distressed buildings and graffiti would be accurate. New York City has come much further than this limiting visual depiction. Please celebrate the progress. Go re-look, re-shoot, and re-release. And whilst you’re in the process …

    Stay tuned into The Light.

    Voncelle Volté

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