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May 28, 1993 - Image 112

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-05-28

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I TT I
P R ET T Y
OUTDOORS

Options forII-weather furniture
keep growi Good looks and
to mutual-
easy care are no longer
ly exclusive. By Caro me„Spencer

A witty update on the Adiron-
dack from Hand Made Bell-
port U.S.A. (516-286-8031).

Design graduate student
James Mandle makes this
slatted cedar chair to stack
flat (503-683-8827).

Another take on the Adirondack style, in vivid tones like cherry-
red, from Sloan Design, in Connecticut (203-268-6648).

This bronze beauty from Houston-based KGA is outdoor sculpture
and seating (713-527-0007).

48 • SUMMER 1993 • STYLE

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