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Former music-industry sales and marketing pro Jaron Cupak left a cushy gig three years ago to follow his entrepreneurial spirit and a passion for the midcentury-modern aesthetic. Cupak’s ever-expanding collection of furniture, lighting, art and objects from the movement’s most influential designers (Charles and Ray Eames, Herman Miller, George Nelson, Eero Saarinen and Jens Risom, to name a few) has made him a popular vendor at the Brooklyn Flea, and eventually necessitated a move to a more permanent space. Highlights include a sleek Jens Risom sofa ($3,200) with its original upholstery, a Paul McCobb desk-and-chair set ($1,200) and a rainbow-bright assortment of Catherine Holm enamelware ($75–$550). For gadget-loving guys and gals, there’s also a collection of circa-1960s radios ($65–$495), speakers ($65–$495) and desk lamps ($65–$300).
117 Atlantic Ave
|Cross street:||between Henry and Hicks Sts|
|Transport:||Subway: A, C to High St; R to Court St; 2, 3, 4, 5 to Borough Hall|
|Opening hours:||Thu–Sun 10am–7pm|
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