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CityScape's Own Pop-Up

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If you haven't been to Workbench at CityScape, you're missing something pretty exciting (yep, we said exciting and CityScape in the same sentence) and quite possibly very temporary.

The pop-up home design shop's lease is only 3 months (January being the third month), with a possibility of extension. The collaborative space is home to small and large furniture and accent pieces made by local woodworkers, architects, metalworkers, graphic designers.

Up in the shop now: works by designers Lew Gallow and Christoph Kaiser, architect Ben Hall and visual artist Shauna Thibault. For hours of operation and contact info, check out the shop's facebook page.

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