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Adventures in Interior Design

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Here's what hides within one artist-filled Brooklyn building that used to be a 19th-century factory: "foam flowers as big as a man's torso, several trapeze swings and a half-dozen chandeliers and pendant lights entwined with 1,000 roses"; a "gamelatron, a room-size art installation-slash-musical instrument that melds digital technologies with indigenous Indonesian musical traditions"; and Ikea hacks "so clever that a party guest who worked at Ikea asked to bring her bosses back for a tour." Read on. [NYT]