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November 03, 2005 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-11-03

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Top, left: The Reform Temple Vases: "People think of Reform synagogue architecture as ugly," says Adler. "I think it's the apotheosis of organic modernist style — Reform Judaism happened

when modernism was happening. It's a really unappreciated genre. So I made pots inspired by Reform synagogue architecture." On the horizon: "super-cute needlepoint yarmulkes and a groovy

new menorah." Top right: "A whole new school of fish." Above, right: These silk-screened canvas pillows were inspired by Scandinavian design —and made to mix and match. Above, left: In

the Fowler chair, winner of Home magazine's 2005 American Furniture Award, Adler adds pizzazz to a classic Sheraton silhouette with lattice-patterned sides and a crisp, graphic fabric.

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