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Freddy Hill works out of a converted bomb factory in Cleveland, hence his furniture company's eponymous name—<a href="http://bombfactoryfurniture.com">Bomb Factory</a>. This piece was inspired by his appreciation for Japanese design, specifically the <i>k

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Originally appeared in ICFF 2011: From the Show Floor
on May 18, 2011
Freddy Hill works out of a converted bomb factory in Cleveland, hence his furniture company&#039;s eponymous name—&lt;a href=&quot;http://bombfactoryfurniture.com&quot;&gt;Bomb Factory&lt;/a&gt;. This piece was inspired by his appreciation for Japanese design, specifically the &lt;i&gt;k
Freddy Hill works out of a converted bomb factory in Cleveland, hence his furniture company's eponymous name—Bomb Factory. This piece was inspired by his appreciation for Japanese design, specifically the kuruma dansu, which, in the 17th century, was commonly used to keep and easily transport valuables for families (in case of fire), or merchants. Hill built the unit entirely by hand, and the steel caster wheels came from his warehouse.

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