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A Shop for Small-Space Living

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A Shop for Small-Space Living

Francesca Connolly October 24, 2012

A retail concept we haven't seen before: a shop devoted exclusively to modular design. Founded by Donald Rattner, an architect and artist, the Brooklyn store specializes in "customizable, transformable, interactive, flexible, and modular art and design."

For more information, go to Module R.

Above: A Drift Studio Brooklyn Blanket Chest (prices range from $499 to $549) sits under a planted Woolly Pocket.

Above: A Cappellini Revolving Red Cabinet ($3,411) and a black Muuto OTO 100 Storage System ($569)
in the window of the Brooklyn shop.

Above: Modular shelving.

Above: AMAC Stacking Canisters (prices range from $4.75 to $25) made of clear acrylic with blue, red, purple, or green lids.

Above: Tetrad Flat Shelving is $1,465 from Module R.

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