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Modern Arts and Crafts Furnitur

I thought it would be fun to share this “Remodeling Ideas Summer 1997” article with you all and show you some of my past works which have carved the pathway into what Möbel Link Furniture is today. With my experience and knowledge in modern design, I was able to convince the homeowners of this particular house that it was possible to bridge the distance between historical precedent and here-and-now performance.

With custom chairs, opalescent glass insets in the cabinets and an island placed in the middle, this kitchen surely was transformed for the best. This kitchen was designed to enlarge the kitchen without adding on. The remodel annexed a breakfast area and hall space to create an ample 12 X 20 foot kitchen making it more spacious. I think it’s safe to say the homeowners were pleased with the final remodel and design of their kitchen.

Today, working on Möbel Link Modern Furniture has been a blessing and I look forward to the many years of designing to come!

Wishing everyone a Happy New Year!

Modern Arts and Crafts Furnitur

Yesterday evening, Mobili Now Furniture located at 746 E Maple Rd. in Birmingham MI, had its grand opening celebration. Möbel Link Furniture is proud to have representation in this exquisite showroom. Call or visit Mobili | Now Furniture to view or purchase Möbel Link’s one of a kind, artistic furniture. (248)792-3612

Mobili Now’s mission is to add a splash of design to every corner of your living space, Providing timeless and practical designer furniture to all. They transform rooms one piece at a time. With Mobili Now everyone can have access to stylish, quality crafted furniture from all over the world. From vintage classics by the forefathers of architecture to modern and contemporary pieces that transform the norm to the unimaginable.

Take a look at a few photos taken at the grand opening.

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Modern Furniture - Ipana Chair

We hope that you had a Happy Thanksgiving from Möbel Link Modern Furniture. While you are recovering from your food coma, I thought that you might be interested to see the The Ipana Chair. This chair is as comfortable and durable as it is beautiful. This piece was conceived to bring the comfort back into sitting about the house or workplace.

This piece, like all other pieces of Möbel Link Furniture, is possible to make from one sheet of wood which helps to ensure the well-being of our planet while providing you with the joy of relaxing in this chair. Too long have we let rigid and uncomfortable furniture domineer our homes, be part of the Möbel Link Rebellion!

Last Friday was the beginning of the Re-Toolkit for Detroit, a study funded by the Research on the City program at the Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning at the University of Michigan. This project was a great event for the city of Detroit during this rebound from a large-scale economic crisis. This program brought great leaders from around the city together and helped to show the organs that keep the city alive. It brought me no greater pleasure than to meet fellow craftsmen and artists from around the city. This project was brought together through the hard-work of 4 professors and 6 students Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning and the Penny W. Stamps School of Art and Design at University of Michigan.

The Researchers consisted of: Heidi Beebe, a Lecturer in the Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning, and a founding partner of Beebe Skidmore Architects, based in Portland, Oregon and Detroit, Michigan, Julia McMorrough, an Associate Professor of Practice in Architecture in the Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning, John Marshall, an Assistant Professor in the Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design, and Assistant Professor in the Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning, and Seth Ellis an Assistant Professor in the Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design.

This project maps out urban trends in Detroit and definitely is a great step towards helping to bring the city back together. I hope that you will look into visiting it at

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I felt a little reminiscent of my past works done at AK services as I saw a stack of magazine cut-outs as I was doing a little bit of organizing today. I thought it would be interesting to take you on a trip to the past and see the roots of AK services to help understand how it bloomed into Möbel Link. This is an article from the Fall Edition of Better Homes and Gardens in 1997.
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