Bleecker Street Large

The streets of Manhattan’s West Village, where different scenes and subcultures collide, is home to Bleecker Street. These cultural collisions led to cutting edge places, like Andy Warhol’s Garrick Cinema and Café, where Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix began their careers, and grew creative inspiration from diversity

A Bleecker Street landmark, The Condict Building built in 1899, was just radical in its approach as those artists that came after. One of the early sky scrapers, it rejected the use of traditional styles and instead used ornament to express both the structure of the building, making the ornament an integral part of the building, not just overlay. Sebastian Herkner’s Bleecker Street table draws from the art and architecture of the thoroughfare with his ability to mesh disparate materials has together and be honest in exposing where they meet.


Sebastian Herkner


The Netherlands


Solid oak with Belgian Blue Limestone or French Sandstone


160cm W × 100cm D × 30cm H






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Designed by Sebastian Herkner

Cultural mix master Sebastian Herkner was born in 1981 in Bad Mergentheim. He studied product design at the HfG Offenbach am Main, the Offenbach University of Art and Design. 

A perfect fit for Man of Parts, Sebastian from his first designs has focused on merging various cultural contexts, combining new technologies with traditional craftsmanship in order to highlight the multifaceted beauty of the materials and draw renewed attention to small details.

Follow his travels @sebastianherkner