New York again hosted the annual Architectural Digest Home Design Show last weekend in March 20-23rd. Designers exhibited furniture of exquisite craftsmanship and truly unique work.
A River Runs Through It
Shown above is Greg Klassen’s River console. Each of his furniture is a piece of artwork and no two are alike. Klassen hand picks woods from the Pacific Northwest with an exciting grain pattern and melds green-blue glass through it.
The GJ chair from Lange Productions of Denmark caught my eye. Made of laminated wood, the chair reminds me of a wonderful origami work with its turns and folds. More Lange furniture are available from Karkula.
The Geode Nightstand from Tucker Robbins also shows off an exciting dimensionality in its surface. Each drawer has a slight pyramid front and is made of cerused oak. This casepiece looks at home both in a city apartment as well as in a beach cottage.
Reflecting an edgy and cosmopolitan look, the Kyan console combines the industrial trend with a more refined touch. The Kyan draws its inspiration from the Beijing skyline - its name the Chinese word for skyline. The console is one of many exciting pieces at Brabbu Design Forces.
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