We held an evening with designer Bec Brittain recently and showcased her latest works. The opening also featured the launch of her newest piece Twin Vise (shown above). Stop by the showroom to experience Brittain's work, which is helping to define the forefront of today's contemprorary lighting scene.
Henry Wilson's amazing furniture system is now available in the U.S. through us. Because the joint is the crux of the system, dimensions and materials used are completely flexible. Dining tables, coffee tables, side tables, stools, and benches can all be constructed using any suiteble wood, and surfaces can also be done in marble. Shown above are the parts used to make a bench.
Check out our blog, where we recently featured the making of Fort Standard's Sprue Candellabras. These amazing bronze castings set the mood and also make for nice holiday gifting.
One look at the Roman and Williams collection will let you know that details matter to these designers. The Woodrum Table light comes with a custom milled dimmer knob, and a jewel-like pull fob elegant enough to be placed on a necklace. If you haven't seen this collection up close and personal, you should. All pieces are currently on view in the showroom.
The Modo Chandelier is inspired by off-the-shelf parts like those found at inexpensive lighting stores on Canal Street in New York. The spoke-and-hub system allows Modo to be configured in dozens of different ways. The Modo Rectangle is the newset version available.
The history of arrows predates recorded history and they are common to most cultures. These arrows by Fredericks & Mae celebrate the weapon’s decorative history and come in a variety of color and feather combinations. Each arrow is unique and sold separately.
Jewelry is the inspiration for Rudi, a series of pendant lamps named after designer Lukas Peet’s father, a jeweler. Its made from bent metal tubes that hold handmade, cold cathode lamps. The fixtures hang from their cords, which are hand-knotted around the tubular armature.
The Inheritance Armchair by Stephen Kenn is composed of a welded steel frame, custom webbing belts, smooth leather straps and re-purposed WWII military fabric. The designer acheives something entirely new by pairing modern design principles with elements of nostalgia.