One of the earliest examples of modernism, this Portland house was designed by John Yeon for a lumber magnate in 1937 and it has inspired Rejuvenation to create a new line of lighting and furniture.

In the picture below you can see The Yeon Pendant, inspired by the architect’s design who made lamps from fishing buoys.
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Chairs made from salvaged wood by Revive Designs. The lamp is also great.

The main elements of the collection are simple materials and geometric shapes and they certainly did an amazing job with these lamps.
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A Chevron table here made from American walnut and a Multnomah Sofa which combine nicely with a leather armchair to create a familiar atmosphere.

via Dwell
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