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London Design Studio Creates Custom Modern Furniture for Real Estate Agency

Much-lauded, environmentally conscious, Turner Prize-winning architecture and design studio Assemble has been busy of late. With a gorgeous Brutalism-inspired playground that harks back to its concrete predecessors under their belt, the firm has now finished work on a line of furniture for the offices of The Modern House, a U.K.-based real estate agency that traffics in, you guessed it, modern houses. The minimal furnishings include plywood desks and a meeting table, reports Dezeen, and are paired with a simple, whitewashed interior and vintage furnishings by design luminaries like Ray and Charles Eames, Hans Wegner, and more.

We've featured several on-the-market homes from The Modern House by architects like David Adjaye and Richard Rogers here on the pages of Curbed.com. Take a look!


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