In the living room are two  Frame Coffee Table prototypes in brass and copper. “I like this table because it displays things really nicely, both on the table and on the floor. But the arrangement is constantly changing. We have a cleaning lady now — that’s how fancy we are — and she really pays attention to how it all goes back together. Her boss came in to check out how she was doing, and she was like, ‘You need to take a mental image of how everything goes back.’ And I was shaking my head behind her.” On the left are coasters by Chen Chen and Kai Williams and on the right, the vintage hands are actually a towel-rod holder from the ’70s.
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In the living room are two Frame Coffee Table prototypes in brass and copper. “I like this table because it displays things really nicely, both on the table and on the floor. But the arrangement is constantly changing. We have a cleaning lady now — that’s how fancy we are — and she really pays attention to how it all goes back together. Her boss came in to check out how she was doing, and she was like, ‘You need to take a mental image of how everything goes back.’ And I was shaking my head behind her.” On the left are coasters by Chen Chen and Kai Williams and on the right, the vintage hands are actually a towel-rod holder from the ’70s.