The intertwining of the four classical elements—fire, water, earth and air—is a constant source of inspiration to the design and philosophies of John Pomp. Be it a ripple on the ocean or the swelling of a bubble, his sculptural pieces mimic the wondrous geometry that exists, often unnoticed, in the natural world.
Stretch out your hand. Bend a couple of fingers out of sight and what you have left is approximately the number of family owned and operated firms still producing traditionally crafted furniture in America. One of them has been around for over eight decades, Bright Chair Company. Founded as a shop in which dedicated artisans could practice their time-honored skills without compromise, Bright established a unique reputation for creating individual pieces to suit individual needs. Today Bright maintains both its commitment to the finest hand craftsmanship, and its ability to customize each piece to the client’s personal specification. Run your eyes over a Bright piece and you see the difference. Run your hand over one and you feel it. More than the look of great tradition honed to a modern sensibility. The tradition itself.
Over the past decade, self-taught duo Daniel Hellman and Eric Chang have lead the industry in defining new American Luxury Furnishings. Known for their sleek, timeless and unique designs, the Hellman-Chang line offers little compromise for craftsmanship and expansive bespoke capabilities for the Interior Design trade. After helping establish and embody the “Brooklyn Renaissance” with their bench-made collection, the company has expanded its production into a new 32,000 square foot facility in Dawsonville, Georgia, where they are digging roots within the growing artisan American community.
Jiun Ho is an interior and furnishings designer based in San Francisco. He is the Founder and President of the innovative, multidisciplinary Jiun Ho Inc., which includes Jiun Ho Furniture, Jiun Ho Light, Jiun Ho Textile, Jiun Ho Interiors, and Jiun Ho De Jia—a gallery and atelier showcasing hand-selected art and antiques. His inventive, balanced, harmonious designs utilize contrasting textures, clean lines, rich woods, and sumptuous fabrics. An ardent traveler, Jiun has visited more than one hundred countries, and this globetrotting has informed and enriched his prodigious output. His work is celebrated not only for its refined aesthetics, but also for its global worldview.
The JOHN LYLE collection features handmade sculptural pieces created from hand-cast bronze, steel, wood, lacquer, eggshell, shagreen and parchment. Sold exclusively through top high-end showrooms in the United States, his designs are collected worldwide by connoisseurs and coveted for their chic silhouette, use of luxe materials and impeccable craftsmanship. Custom designs are encouraged and interpreted with flair and expertise.
OCHRE creates objects of style and beauty which are both timeless and contemporary. The collection consists of furniture, lighting and accessories with emphasis on the use of high quality craftsmanship. The simplicity and honesty of form, together with the luxurious materials, result in an understated elegance which has become the signature of OCHRE.
Troscan operates from a 15500 square foot facility on Chicago’s West Side. In addition to an in-house team of woodworkers, finishers, and fabricators, we partner with local independent master craftspeople and expert rural workshops to realize our designs at the highest level. Between our relatively limited production runs and the attention to detail that can only be achieved through close collaboration among a small cadre of like-minded individuals, Troscan produces thoughtfully designed and exceptionally executed products of enduring value.
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