Contemporary furniture and lighting brand Swell Studio has opened a new exhibition at Love House, a design showroom in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village, as part of New York City Design Week. Showcasing Swell’s second complete series, the Onna Collection takes its name from an abbreviation of the Italian word for column, colonna.
One of the brand’s newest endeavours is Vipp Studio NYC, the Tribeca showroom and private home of Sofie and Frank Christensen Egelund, their two kids, and a golden retriever. The apartment features Vipp products alongside the couple’s collection of Scandinavian art and furniture and is open to visitors by appointment.
Named for the former use of its inaugural space, which opened in London in 2006, Carpenters Workshop Gallery has grown into a producer, exhibitor, and purveyor of exceptional, collectible design. In addition to its London location, the company has permanent locations in Paris, New York, and San Francisco, the last of which is housed in a splendid church.
This year’s curatorial theme, The Golden Age: Rooted in the Past, celebrates “hope for the future, lighting the path towards our highest aspirations. … The Golden Age could become a source of inspiration to imagine a brighter future for human beings and our planet.”
This week we are stepping inside Logan Pavilion, the home of Eric Logan, Design Principal at CLB Architects.
High-end furniture shops can feel unapproachable and exclusive. But at AAVVGG, there’s something for everyone, from Frama soaps to Tekla towels.
In one vignette, granite combines with dark wood, but instead of contrasting, the discrete zones of material create a tantalizing visual grammar—such is Studio Kiff’s design for Dime, a skateboarding company shop in the city.
Collectible sits at the intersection of art and design. Lending a curatorial eye to the purchasing process.