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Contemporary white living room with colorful accents by New York architect-designer, Victor Lukens, with plexiglas furniture by George Beylerian and lamps from Scarabaeus. The wall texture is created through layers of epoxy, and the partition wall has a television and speakers molded into it. The striped couch changes direction by rolling the bolster back from one side to another. The large silvered plexiglas sphere, two colorful half spheres, and the blue plexi molded shape by the window also serve as seating. A long white sofa bed has food storage in the concave ends made pink and blue metallic.
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Vogue March 15, 1971 Architecture, New York, USA

Contemporary white living room with colorful accents by New York architect-designer, Victor Lukens, with plexiglas furniture by George Beylerian and lamps from Scarabaeus. The wall texture is created through layers of epoxy, and the partition wall has a television and speakers molded into it. The striped couch changes direction by rolling the bolster back from one side to another. The large silvered plexiglas sphere, two colorful half spheres, and the blue plexi molded shape by the window also serve as seating. A long white sofa bed has food storage in the concave ends made pink and blue metallic.

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