Douglas Fanning’s work examines the space between two points—from history learned to the future imagined. Drawing from art, design, and architectural avenues, Fanning continually pushes the boundaries between form and physics to create clean, fluid, yet uncompromisingly daring pieces.
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OCHRE designs furniture, lighting and accessories for the interior. Their designs place equal importance on harmonious proportions, luxurious materials and matchless craftsmanship.
Only the combination of the best design with the best materials and best craftsmanship can withstand time and fashion.
The VENETIA STUDIUM style is expressed in the classical but always original elegance of all its products.
Its trademark summerizes the VENETIA STUDIUM philosophy and design: always using a wide range of fine fabrics in their hand production processes, but always remaining at the cutting edge with regards to new solutions and attention to detail.
VENETIA STUDIUM, quality as a synonym for elegance and good taste.
In 2003 Tuell + Reynolds introduced their own hand-crafted collection of lighting, furniture, fire screens and sculptural objects that feature elemental materials, exquisite textures and hand oxidized finishes. Drawing inspiration from the natural world, the line has evolved to include many one of a kind sculptural objects of bronze and iron which highlight gifts of nature such as petrified wood, fossils and agate.
Artistic, luxurious, outspoken and a bit irreverent… For over 25 years John Lyle has designed outstanding interiors, furniture and accessories that are not content to blend in with the crowd. The John Lyle collection features handmade sculptural pieces created from hand-cast bronze, steel, wood, shagreen and parchment. John Lyle also provides custom designs. We invite you to collaborate with our design team to create unique pieces found nowhere else.
Ted Bradley is pushing the boundaries of porcelain. The Samsara collection features meticulously handcrafted white porcelain rings inlaid with warm LEDs and married to precision metal components. After two master mold makers told him it would be difficult or impossible, he embarked on a year-long journey to create the world’s first set of porcelain light rings. Each ring takes 5 weeks and several hundred steps to make. The result is visually stunning, one-of-a-kind light sculptures that are unlike anything else.
Robert Kuo offers a wide variety of decorative objects, from small tabletop pieces to furniture and large landscaping elements. The work can be seen around the world, from the National History Museum in Taipei to exclusive hotels like the Singapore Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco’s Hotel Palomar, Las Vegas MGM Grand Villas and New York Four Seasons.