For ‘Bikes in the House!’ we were honored to show several pieces from local Silver Lake artist Josh Chauvet aka. So & So Design. Like these amazing handmade double bike racks:

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At first the welded racks seem a bit wobbly, but as soon as you place a bike (or two!) on them, they’re solid. The cute anchor and arrow details are also there to hang a helmet, keys or other things off of, so your place has instantly become more attractive and organized. No more bike pile! They’re ideal for apartment dwellers or renters who can’t drill into their walls, but still want a lovely way to store bikes indoors. They’re made with repurposed materials and though hard to photograph, look pretty fantastic just about anywhere.

Here’s the Anchor rack installed with a Jamis bicycle supplied by Orange 20 Bikes:

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We were also fortunate to get their adorable hand stamped wood coasters and a custom hanging lamp, made from recycled bicycle handlebars (and using their gorgeous Edison light bulbs that you can get on their website!) Originally commissioned for the San Francisco Levi’s flagship store, the lamp was one of three light fixtures in the show (with Bo Mopera’s desk lamp and Carolina Fontoura Algaza’s chain-delier)

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