Today, we bring you the top products by the best interior designers and architects from the main markets of the United States of America. There’s a lot to see in the portfolio of these interior designers if you look them up.
Round tables are always the most inviting design: they welcome a small group or a large gathering on equal terms. The Harvest Dining table has a beautifully hand-carved hardwood top has a cerused oak finish, which was popular throughout the Art Deco era and frequently used by many notable mid-century furniture designers. Wrapped around the middle of the brushed wrought iron base is a gilt rope accent, an element that brings even more warmth to the scene, a classic touch of a Bunny Williams design.
One of the best products by Jonathan Adler is the Reform Credenza sideboard, that is inspired by the Brutalist architecture of modernist temples and churches from Le Corbusier’s Ronchamp to Miami’s Temple Israel to the Cathedral of Brasìlia. The signature pattern originated as a relief texture sculpted in our Soho pottery studio.
The design is carved onto wooden doors and then clad in a single sheet of brass, which is hand-hammered and polished to perfection. The labour-intensive process takes eight to 12 hours per door.
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This bar cart is a special design by Yabu Pushelberg for Stellar Works, being part of the James Collection. The James collection is an understated exploration of modern masculinity – at once bold and defined, but also light and elegant. The range includes a chaise, desk, stool and bar trolley, each one meticulously proportioned and ergonomically shaped.
Martyn’s showroom mixes photography and art alongside choice vintage items and Italian glass chandeliers displaying his diverse designs in one place. Like this pair of vintage brass palm tree wall sconces, that can be wired for lights. Each palm leaf is detachable and individually placed on the top part.
Recently Nate Berkus created a collection for Living Spaces alongside Jeremiah Brent. A highlight of that collection if the Laurel armchair. Nate and Jeremiah fell in love with the block printed pattern on their Laurel accent chair – it reminds them of travelling and the crafts they search for on their adventures. They designed this piece to be a modern version of a classic English form.
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One of its best products is the Mirra 2 chairs and stools, both available in two back options, either the flexible TriFlex back or the ultra-responsive Butterfly back. Stools extend the Mirra 2 design into any setting, where seated and standing collaborators benefit from being at a common eye level.
The iconic Taliesin 1 armchair, which the American architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed for his own home, is now in production for the first time in 28 years. This is all thanks to the Italian brand Cassina, in partnership with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.