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Picnyc Restaurant Cam 1 - Picnyc is a concept for an organic restaurant in New York City that is designed to promote the connections between diners and the greater environment. Interior components were chosen and designed using sustainable materials, methods, and imagery.

I designed the interior using biodegradable materials and finishes. I also developed the Granola Stool, Picnyc Table, EggLights, and Branch floor tiles as components of space.
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Picnyc Table - The Picnyc Table is designed to go into restaurants. Tables can be lined up end to end using the same planter to connect adjacent tabletops. The table is constructed from bamboo ply. Kept in place by the planters, the tabletops can be moved and removed to create a flexible space. The planters are made of slate, and intended to hold edible plants. These plants are available for use by customers, bringing them into close contact with the earthy origins of their foods.
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Picnyc Restaurant Front - Picnyc is a concept for an organic restaurant in New York City that is designed to promote the connections between diners and the greater environment. Interior components were chosen and designed using sustainable materials, methods, and imagery.

I designed the interior using biodegradable materials and finishes. I also developed the Granola Stool, Picnyc Table, EggLights, and Branch floor tiles as components of space.
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Picnyc Restaurant Postcard - Picnyc is a concept for an organic restaurant in New York City that is designed to promote the connections between diners and the greater environment. Interior components were chosen and designed using sustainable materials, methods, and imagery.

I designed the interior using biodegradable materials and finishes. I also developed the Granola Stool, Picnyc Table, EggLights, and Branch floor tiles as components of space.
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Picnyc Restaurant Cam 2 - Picnyc is a concept for an organic restaurant in New York City that is designed to promote the connections between diners and the greater environment. Interior components were chosen and designed using sustainable materials, methods, and imagery.

I designed the interior using biodegradable materials and finishes. I also developed the Granola Stool, Picnyc Table, EggLights, and Branch floor tiles as components of space.
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Picnyc Restaurant Cam 3 - Picnyc is a concept for an organic restaurant in New York City that is designed to promote the connections between diners and the greater environment. Interior components were chosen and designed using sustainable materials, methods, and imagery.

I designed the interior using biodegradable materials and finishes. I also developed the Granola Stool, Picnyc Table, EggLights, and Branch floor tiles as components of space.
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Picnyc Restaurant Cam 4 - Picnyc is a concept for an organic restaurant in New York City that is designed to promote the connections between diners and the greater environment. Interior components were chosen and designed using sustainable materials, methods, and imagery.

I designed the interior using biodegradable materials and finishes. I also developed the Granola Stool, Picnyc Table, EggLights, and Branch floor tiles as components of space.
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Picnyc Restaurant Cam 5 - Picnyc is a concept for an organic restaurant in New York City that is designed to promote the connections between diners and the greater environment. Interior components were chosen and designed using sustainable materials, methods, and imagery.

I designed the interior using biodegradable materials and finishes. I also developed the Granola Stool, Picnyc Table, EggLights, and Branch floor tiles as components of space.
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Picnyc Restaurant Cam 6 - Picnyc is a concept for an organic restaurant in New York City that is designed to promote the connections between diners and the greater environment. Interior components were chosen and designed using sustainable materials, methods, and imagery.

I designed the interior using biodegradable materials and finishes. I also developed the Granola Stool, Picnyc Table, EggLights, and Branch floor tiles as components of space.
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Picnyc Restaurant Cam 7 - Picnyc is a concept for an organic restaurant in New York City that is designed to promote the connections between diners and the greater environment. Interior components were chosen and designed using sustainable materials, methods, and imagery.

I designed the interior using biodegradable materials and finishes. I also developed the Granola Stool, Picnyc Table, EggLights, and Branch floor tiles as components of space.
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Picnyc Restaurant Cam 8 - Picnyc is a concept for an organic restaurant in New York City that is designed to promote the connections between diners and the greater environment. Interior components were chosen and designed using sustainable materials, methods, and imagery.

I designed the interior using biodegradable materials and finishes. I also developed the Granola Stool, Picnyc Table, EggLights, and Branch floor tiles as components of space.
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Picnyc Restaurant Birdseye - Picnyc is a concept for an organic restaurant in New York City that is designed to promote the connections between diners and the greater environment. Interior components were chosen and designed using sustainable materials, methods, and imagery.

I designed the interior using biodegradable materials and finishes. I also developed the Granola Stool, Picnyc Table, EggLights, and Branch floor tiles as components of space.
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Picnyc Table - The Picnyc Table is designed to go into restaurants. Tables can be lined up end to end using the same planter to connect adjacent tabletops. The table is constructed from bamboo ply. Kept in place by the planters, the tabletops can be moved and removed to create a flexible space. The planters are made of slate, and intended to hold edible plants. These plants are available for use by customers, bringing them into close contact with the earthy origins of their foods.
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Picnyc Table Rendering - The Picnyc Table is designed to go into restaurants. Tables can be lined up end to end using the same planter to connect adjacent tabletops. The table is constructed from bamboo ply. Kept in place by the planters, the tabletops can be moved and removed to create a flexible space. The planters are made of slate, and intended to hold edible plants. These plants are available for use by customers, bringing them into close contact with the earthy origins of their foods.
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EggLights Off - EggLights are a set of three coordinating sconces. These lights are made of biodegradable materials including a wood-alternative made from sunflower seed husks, eggshells, and vegetable wax. They are lit using light emitting diodes, which use less energy than traditional bulbs and emit almost no waste heat. Inspired by single celled organisms that participate in biodegradation, they were also designed to minimize waste.
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EggLights On - EggLights are a set of three coordinating sconces. These lights are made of biodegradable materials including a wood-alternative made from sunflower seed husks, eggshells, and vegetable wax. They are lit using light emitting diodes, which use less energy than traditional bulbs and emit almost no waste heat. Inspired by single celled organisms that participate in biodegradation, they were also designed to minimize waste.
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EggLights Sketches - EggLights are a set of three coordinating sconces. These lights are made of biodegradable materials including a wood-alternative made from sunflower seed husks, eggshells, and vegetable wax. They are lit using light emitting diodes, which use less energy than traditional bulbs and emit almost no waste heat. Inspired by single celled organisms that participate in biodegradation, they were also designed to minimize waste.
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Branch Tiles - Set of 7 tiles meant to be used together to create customized paths or patterns for the floor of public spaces.
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Branch Tiles - Set of 7 tiles meant to be used together to create customized paths or patterns for the floor of public spaces.

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