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The new 60/61 series from Knuckles Industries all but screams mechanical industrial, and that was precisely the goal.Raef Grohne Architectural Photographer

It might not surprise you to learn that Alberta-born designer Matt Muldoon has a passion for motorcycles and all things welding: The new 60/61 series from his brand, Knuckles Industries, all but screams mechanical industrial, and that was precisely the goal.

"I started this collection with a vision for larger-scale, solid pieces having a hint of antiquity, a throwback quality in each piece," says Muldoon of the line's tables, seats, shelving systems and bed (shown), made in Vancouver from 6061 aluminum (hence the name) with a hole-punch aesthetic inspired by wings of 1930s airplanes.

"The smaller pieces make stylish accent pieces in almost any modern or mid-century-styled home," he says, "while the larger pieces will appeal to those who want to make a somewhat more assertive statement with their style."

From $1,500 through knucklesindustries.com.

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