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  • Posted by on August 23, 2010 in Design
  • Nightwood is a Brooklyn-based design studio focusing on its own brand of reconstructed furniture and textiles. Owners Myriah Scruggs and Nadia Yaron seek out sustainable fabrics and discarded wood and furniture then deconstruct and recontextualize it into their line of modern-rustic home furnishings.

    Nadia explained their approach in the New York Times: “We’re making furniture for people like us, who want something original, local and made of environmentally friendly materials."

    The Nightwood pop-up store opened last week at a condo complex in downtown Brooklyn. If you're in the area anytime before October, be sure to swing by.

    For more Nightwood goodness, take a visual stroll through Myriah and Nadia's epicly furnished apartment (via Designsponge).

    Photos: Swissmiss (the first), Nightwood (the rest)





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