Designer crafts furniture, destiny in Nob Hill apartment

October 2, 2015 - table lamp

Nobel Truong, a UC Berkeley business connoisseur student, has launched lines of furniture, home taste and light pieces designed to fill tiny vital spaces -- like her Nob Hill groundwork apartment. Photo: Caille Millner, The Chronicle

When Nobel Truong, a 21-year-old business tyro during UC Berkeley, changed into her groundwork unit in Nob Hill in January, she faced a common San Francisco dilemma: How would she allow this small, infrequently made space?

source ⦿ http://www.sfchronicle.com/entertainment/article/Designer-crafts-furniture-future-in-Nob-Hill-6544308.php

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