We are proud to announce the forthcoming launch of the Roman and Williams for MatterMade collection during the 2013 ICFF. A year in the making, the work represents our shared vision of the American design landscape and will be on view at both the Jacob Javits Center and the Matter showroom.
During the 2013 ICFF, we will be debuting new versions of previously released MatterMade designs. Above is a series of new finishes available for Pallet by Jonah Takagi, which also stack nicely to create a coffee table with storage. Meet the new members of the extended family at Matter and the Jacob Javits Center during design week.
Tom Dixon is now available at Matter. We are representing his entire collection, including new works shown in Milan for the first time in April, which will be available later this year. Shown above are the Bell Table and Floor light. Tom Dixon works will be trickling into the showroom throughout summer.
Gubi is now available at Matter. Fueled by a passion to discover overlooked icons from the past and future icons in the making, Gubi's collection includes a wonderful mix of classic and contemporary designs. Their pieces are characterized by simple shapes, original materials and innovative techniques.
Recently we hosted an evening with designer Soren Rose. On view for the first time were new pieces from his collection produced by De La Espada. What was billed as an intimate evening quickly turned into a lively affair.
Generously proportioned, curves of spun-sheet solid brass are hand polished to a mirror finish bringing instant disco glamour to the cocktail bar, dining hall or living room.
Tembo is a stool made of stacked pieces of wood, metal, and cork. This ‘modern totem’ has a playful and bulky aspect recalling children’s toys and African tomtoms.
Reminiscent of a past filled with cigar smoke and cocktails, Gentleman’s Valet brings the men’s valet stand into the present through a minimalistic approach, a contemporary use of materials, and details including a compartment to hold a smartphone.
The iconic Gräshoppa lamp was first produced in 1947. The tubular steel tripod stand is tilted backward and the elongated aluminum conical shade is ball-jointed onto the arm; so the light can be directional, yet the glare is minimal.