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June 9, 1994 | GALE ROBINSON
Janice Feldman had a successful furniture business, a devoted husband and enough money to indulge in hobbies worthy of Robin Leach-style documentation: traveling, driving race cars, drinking champagne, buying fine art and antiques. Then, in 1987, her husband died. Murray Feldman, the former executive director of the Pacific Design Center, had been her mentor. "He was a great champion of mine. We were crazy madly in love with each other for 14 years," she says.
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June 9, 1994 | GALE ROBINSON
Janice Feldman had a successful furniture business, a devoted husband and enough money to indulge in hobbies worthy of Robin Leach-style documentation: traveling, driving race cars, drinking champagne, buying fine art and antiques. Then, in 1987, her husband died. Murray Feldman, the former executive director of the Pacific Design Center, had been her mentor. "He was a great champion of mine. We were crazy madly in love with each other for 14 years," she says.
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HOME & GARDEN
September 3, 2011 | By Barbara Thornburg, Special to the Los Angeles Times
Here in the capital of outdoor living, there is the front yard. And there is the backyard. But an up yard? For interior designer Velvet Hammerschmidt and her husband, software executive Mark Friedman, that was the solution. They loved their modern loft digs in Santa Monica's Commercial Broadway District. Within minutes, they could stroll to their favorite restaurant, browse the boutiques on the Third Street Promenade, watch a mime, stop for a cappuccino. But the desire for a such a metropolitan life also came with a natural longing for, well, nature.
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April 18, 1996 | VALERIE J. NELSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A classic club chair with a '40s feel, the newly designed Fumo has a high back, plump cushion, sleek exotic wood side panels and a look so sophisticated it belies its very origins. This is not your father's recliner. It is an expensive chair with a hidden electric reclining mechanism, incognito footrest and a cosmopolitan pedigree. The Pace Collection has sold 50 of the recliners since they were introduced less than two months ago.
HOME & GARDEN
May 18, 1996 | VALERIE J. NELSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A classic club chair with a '40s feel, the newly designed Fumo has a high back, plump cushion, sleek exotic wood side panels and a look so sophisticated it belies its very origins. This is not your father's recliner. It is an expensive chair with a hidden electric reclining mechanism, incognito footrest and a cosmopolitan pedigree. The Pace Collection has sold 50 of the recliners since they were introduced less than two months ago.
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