It’s times like these we’re glad the English language has so many words that mean the same thing, because in the world of modern design “eclectic” gets the kind of flogging that would make a dead horse get up and complain.
Chakra Café, in Jerusalem, certainly needs a couple of those synonyms to describe the fixtures and furnishings that sit together so individually and yet so concertedly. Gilad Zaafrani and Lotan Singer of OPA Design and Architecture obviously know their way around a flea market, as that’s where a lot of these furnishings were discovered.
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