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Living Dining Hybrids
Warmpath by Michael Harboun Marks the Merging of Two Rooms


By: Amelia Roblin (Superstar) Sep 8, 11
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“What an unusual combination,” you might say of Warmpath by Michael Harboun, but in fact, the composite piece is quite a witty creation. The designer reminds his admirers that both the kitchen table and the fireplace have the undeniable aptitude for bringing people together, so why not amalgamate them into one super furnishing that can define the social dynamic of the floor plan.

“When Miss Table and Mr. Stove meet” is not simply a description of bonding two different objects together, because this piece actually integrates them. The gas fire conducts come from the wall and through the tabletop, gently heating the Corian eating surface. Combined with Z-shaped chairs and a charming dialogue between its two halves, Warmpath by Michael Harboun becomes the undeniable heart of the home.



Source: yankodesign
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