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One need only view a small sample of Neal Smalls décor to understand that he was as much a fearless experimenter as a designer. Concerned that acrylic was being undervalued as a purely display material, Smalls opened his Chelsea studio in the 1960s. While comparisons to Charles Hollis Jones are unavoidable, Neal Smalls pieces read a bit more avant-garde than glam. In fact, many, like his prolific Origami side tables do not feature any cuts, but are instead composed of full sheets of plastic, concavely molded by heat.

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