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'I like things that are a little more artisanal, made by hand. Not things made en masse in a sweatshop without passion.' - Ms Blocman.

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ECLECTIC: The Flat is a boutique gallery cum showroom designed to resemble a lived-in home where art, furniture and objects come together under the curatorial eye of Ms Blocman.

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ECLECTIC: An antique Dutch colonial dining table with spindle legs above which hang pendant lamps designed by Ms Blocman.

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ECLECTIC: A vintage 1950's Jielde wall sconce.

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ECLECTIC: Timber chairs with leather mesh seating designed by Ms Blocman lean against a wall decorated with vintage children's tops.

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ECLECTIC: 80-year-old Indonesian teakwood dining table with adjustable panels on striped rug from Turkey. Table lamp by Ms Blocman and framed vintage poster from Europe.
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The art of collecting furniture

To Kiwha Lee Blocman, buying a piece of furniture is akin to purchasing a work of art.
Jan 17, 2015 5:50 AM

THE common mantra that "cheap is good" is not one that Kiwha Lee Blocman necessarily abjures. But it is one that she will ask you to question, especially when buying furniture for the home. "A lot of furniture shops will say that something is wood when in fact it is not. It is just a veneer. The

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