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Slow Design: Kevin Randolph of Reuse Lighting

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Slow Design: Kevin Randolph of Reuse Lighting

September 14, 2009

Bay Area designer Kevin Randolph fabricates one-of-a-kind, strikingly inventive lighting in his San Francisco workshop, using salvaged and castoff materials such as magnifying glasses, theater spotlights, and antique porcelain sockets. His pieces can be found at Paxton Gate and the Perish Trust, both in San Francisco. Contact Randolph directly at Reuse Lighting for more information and view more of his creations at his blog, Kevin Randolph at Reuse Lighting. Randolph’s work is a well-kept secret among SF interior designers; one of his clients calls his work "electrified perfection."

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