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sneak peek: alissia and jan

by Grace Bonney

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today’s sneak peek belongs to alissia melka-teichroew and jan habraken. both halves of this talented designing duo are originally from the netherlands, but now call greenpoint, brooklyn home. i popped by their sunny apartment last week and marveled at how clean, simple and fresh everything looked. i hope you’ll enjoy their apartment as much as i did- click here for many, many additional (and full-sized) images on flickr.

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[image above: bunny rack, designed by Chris Koens and produced by Invotis]

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[image above: the living room. the pink pillow and blanket were designed by Scholten & Baajings, manufactured by t.e. (Thomas Eyck). the lamp next to the couch is a floss lamp: toio, by castiglioni]

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[image above: dining room. tupi grande vase (black vase) by Christian Tortu, Decals (birds) for a company that we designed a bunch for as well: blik surface graphics]

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[image above: Birdhouse shovel: designed by Jan (not available yet)]

CLICK HERE for the rest of Alissia and Jan’s sneak peek after the jump…

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[image above: keeping things organized with the help of a nyc newspaper stand. next to the stand: kartell bourgie lamp by ferruccio laviani]

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[image above: Sponge ‘Ducky’: available via Kikkerland, designed by Jan Habraken (not online yet, it’s a new catalogue item), shower curtain of french vocabulary]

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[image above: tree hooked coat rack by alissia. the tote bag (with orange K) was designed by Jan & I and is only available in The Netherlands & Belgium at the moment, (this a brand that Jan art directed and is still art directing, it launched in October 2008 in NL).]

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[image above, right: the card on peeling cabinet: Melangerie]

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