Saturday, November 14, 2009
That Study Carrel Will Look Great in My Media Room
The Elkhart (Indiana) Public Library is auctioning off its vintage furnishings. When the library opened on March 31, 1963, it was full of desks, tables and chairs by Herman Miller, fiberglass chairs from Charles and Ray Eames, and desks and credenzas by Jens Risom. According to the library's sale website, "Some have been in use to the present day, while others have spent years in storage." Design fiends are salivating at the prospect of an unused Eames chair for their apartments.
An online auction begins on Sunday and continues until the end of business on Friday, November 20. Send your bid emails to email@example.com.
Thanks to Book Patrol for the catch.--David E