NYC Charity Design Exhibit and Auction for Sandy Relief
Dec
19
NYC Charity Design Exhibit and Auction for Sandy Relief

Many designers in the NYC design community were affected by Sandy in some way.

Editor in Chief of the Designer Pages 3rings and Otto blogs Jean Lin, design/architecture writer Jennifer Krichels Gorsche, and designer Brad Ascalon have teamed up to help raise money – through there amazing blogs and websites – for those affected by the storm through an exhibition and auction of furnishings created from materials reclaimed or salvaged after the storm and of pieces inspired by the flooding. The proceeds of the silent auction will go to the American Red Cross in Greater New York. On Today’s night, you will see these pieces in person at Ligne Roset in Soho from 7-9 PM. Here’s a preview of some auction highlights:

Daniel-Moyer-high-dry-table  NYC Charity Design Exhibit and Auction for Sandy Relief Daniel Moyer high dry table

Daniel Moyer’s High+Dry table is an exaggeratedly long legged occasional table made from salvaged lumber on Fire Island.

I-Lovey-NY-Logo  NYC Charity Design Exhibit and Auction for Sandy Relief I Lovey NY Logo 1

Brad Ascalon’s special edition of his Ligne Roset Lovey side table: “I Lovey NY.”  NYC Charity Design Exhibit and Auction for Sandy Relief I LOVEY NY Brad Ascalon for Reclaim NYC

Brad Ascalon’s special edition of his Ligne Roset Lovey side table: “I Lovey NY.”

lindsey-adelman-stick-lamp  NYC Charity Design Exhibit and Auction for Sandy Relief lindsey adelman stick lamp 1
lindsey-adelman-stick-lamp-2  NYC Charity Design Exhibit and Auction for Sandy Relief lindsey adelman stick lamp 2
Lindsey Adelman’s lighting fixture utilizing found branches backlit with LEDs
volk-furniture-FloodDrawer  NYC Charity Design Exhibit and Auction for Sandy Relief volk furniture FloodDrawer1
Volk Furniture’s drawer unit
UM-Project-Apres-Lamp  NYC Charity Design Exhibit and Auction for Sandy Relief UM Project Apres Lamp1
Après Lamp 1: made of a rusty steel base salvaged at the Token shop in Red Hook after the storm, a re-purposed brass shade from one of their L.U.M. Lamps, and left-over ash wood from some of UM’s recent projects.
UM-Project-Apres-Lamp2  NYC Charity Design Exhibit and Auction for Sandy Relief UM Project Apres Lamp2
Après Lamp 2: made of a salvaged electrical junction box found on a Red Hook street after the storm, a base made from the top of one of their discarded Holy Stools and Corian® donated by regional distributor Dolan & Traynor based in Wayne, NJ, as well as left-over maple wood from from some of their recent projects. The wooden parts have been graciously turned by Custom Wood Turning in Astoria, Queens.
UM-Project-Apres-Lamp-3  NYC Charity Design Exhibit and Auction for Sandy Relief UM Project Apres Lamp 3

Après Lamp 3 has a shade made of weathered “classic” garbage can found on a Red Hook street, which is lined by an insert graciously made of left-over felt by ElasticCo in Brooklyn. The inside light fixture is made of Corian® donated by regional distributor Dolan & Traynor, based in Wayne, NJ. The base is made out of ash left over from UM’s recent series of Atum lamps. UM Project// Apr © Francis Dzikowski/Esto

Ligne Roset is located at 155 Wooster Street, NYC. You can follow the goings on on Reclaim NYC’s Facebook page.

Via Design Milk

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