Her biggest collection, though, is the one sitting on her antique bookshelves — scores of auction catalogs and rare design books, which are probably the main element of the back office. Standing in front of them is a wooden chair by Pedro Barrail that’s been “tattooed” by a remote Amazonian tribe calling itself “the guards of the center of the world.” A British artist named Susie MacMurray made the balloon weaving: “From what I understand she was a musician before, and you see that repetition, that rhythm, in the piece,” says Grajales.
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Her biggest collection, though, is the one sitting on her antique bookshelves — scores of auction catalogs and rare design books, which are probably the main element of the back office. Standing in front of them is a wooden chair by Pedro Barrail that’s been “tattooed” by a remote Amazonian tribe calling itself “the guards of the center of the world.” A British artist named Susie MacMurray made the balloon weaving: “From what I understand she was a musician before, and you see that repetition, that rhythm, in the piece,” says Grajales.