Brock Galerie 1

Brock Galerie owners Cameron Smith (with his dog, Jackson), left, and Tom Kurthy mix major 20th century European designs with brawny industrial pieces. “We like to find things in a weathered state and not mess with it,” Smith says. “Leaving something in its original condition is the best tribute to its beauty.” Here they're perched on a table ($6,200) from an old wool factory. The Vico Magistretti lamp from 1964 ($3,200) is next to an old book press ($325). Kurthy sits on a red leather Arne Jacobsen Seagull chair ($3,200).
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( Ricardo DeAratanha / Los Angeles Times )

Brock Galerie owners Cameron Smith (with his dog, Jackson), left, and Tom Kurthy mix major 20th century European designs with brawny industrial pieces. “We like to find things in a weathered state and not mess with it,” Smith says. “Leaving something in its original condition is the best tribute to its beauty.” Here they're perched on a table ($6,200) from an old wool factory. The Vico Magistretti lamp from 1964 ($3,200) is next to an old book press ($325). Kurthy sits on a red leather Arne Jacobsen Seagull chair ($3,200).

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