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December 12, 2013 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-12-12

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Salvaged architectural and industrial remnants are repurposed throughout

this Birmingham home — including in the master bath — which began life

as a farmhouse early in the 1900s. Architect and designer Michael Poris,

owner of Birmingham's McIntosh Poris Associates, built the spa shower,

which shimmers with floor-to-ceiling golden glass tiles, around the bath's



only window and enclosed it with a frameless Euro door to fill the room

with light. Clean, white porcelain sinks add a modern contrast to their

supporting raw, 2-inch-thick, circa-1880s fir planks — found by Marisa

Gaggino at Royal Oak's Heritage Co. II Architectural Artifacts and finished

by her husband, Richard Gage, of Richard Gage Design Studio in Hazel

Park. Below the sinks, Gage galvanized and finished the plumbing tracks

with dainty, out-turned feet.

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prominent, stepped-out sink base, is entirely mirrored and punctuated with

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the windowed bath across the room. A mohair-covered stool sits beside a

wall with three drawers, which opens to reveal a mini fridge, stocked with

juices and bottled water. Custom feet at the base of the cabinets add an

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December 12 • 2013


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