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Misha Kahn, Mole Eats Worm Sofa
Located in New York, NY
Misha Kahn [American, b. 1989] Mole Eats Worm 2020 Foam, fabric, steel 38.75 x 107 x 45 inches 99 x 272 x 114 cm
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Sofas

Materials

Steel

Misha Kahn, Double Shuck Pea Armchair
Located in New York, NY
Misha Kahn [American, b. 1989] Double Shuck Pea 2023 39.5 x 55.25 x 43.25 inches 100 x 140 x 110 cm
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Armchairs

Materials

Fabric, Foam, Plywood

Misha Kahn, Pig of the Earth Sofa
Located in New York, NY
Misha Kahn [American, b. 1989] Pig of Earth 2020 Wood, steel, wool upholstery 42 x 115 x 61.5 inches 107 x 292 x 156 cm
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Sofas

Materials

Steel

Fernando Laposse, Totomoxtle Snake Coffee Table
Located in New York, NY
Fernando Laposse [Mexican, b. 1988] 2021 Heirloom corn husk marquetry on maple, eco resin 16.25 x 85.5 x 45.25 41 x 217 x 115 cm
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Coffee and Cocktail Tables

Materials

Resin, Maple

Fernando Laposse, Totomoxtle Snake Dining Table
Located in New York, NY
Fernando Laposse [Mexican, b. 1988] Totomoxtle Snake Dining Table 2021 Heirloom corn husk marquetry on maple, eco resin 29.5 x 85.5 x 45.25 75 x 217 x...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Dining Room Tables

Materials

Resin, Maple

Fernando Laposse, Corn Kumiko Cabinet
Located in New York, NY
Fernando Laposse [Mexican, b. 1988] 2023 Corn husk marquetry, sold beech, brass hardware 35.5 x 60.25 x 20 inches 90 x 153 x 51 cm
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Cabinets

Materials

Brass

Fernando Laposse, Pink Furry Cabinet
Located in New York, NY
Fernando Laposse [Mexican, b. 1988] Birch plywood, agave fibers, steel mesh, kiln dried Canadian Maple, cochineal dye 76.75 x 45.25 x 34.25 inches 195...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Cabinets

Materials

Plywood

Fernando Lapoose, Hair of the Dog - Furry Bar Cabinet
Located in New York, NY
Fernando Laposse [Mexican, b. 1988] Agave fibers, brass, plywood 76.75 x 42.25 x 34.25 inches 195 x 115 x 87 cm
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Dry Bars

Materials

Brass

Fernando Laposse, Furry Mirror
Located in New York, NY
Fernando Laposse [Mexican, b. 1988] Furry Mirror 2023 Agave fibers and plywood 78.75 x 78.75 x 11.75 200 x 200 x 30 cm
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Wall Mirrors

Materials

Plywood

Fernando Laposse, Black Furry Sofa
Located in New York, NY
Fernando Laposse [Mexican, b. 1998} Dyed agave fibers, upholstered linen, plywood 27.25 x 47 x 39.5 inches 69 x 119 x 100 cm
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Armchairs

Materials

Linen, Plywood

Fernando Laposse, Pink Furry Armchair
Located in New York, NY
Fernando Laposse [Mexican, b 1988] Pink Furry Armchair 2022 Dyed agave fibers, upholstered linen, plywood Edition 1 of 8, 4AP
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Armchairs

Materials

Linen, Plywood

Andrea Branzi, Bamboo "Buildings 2" Cabinet
Located in New York, NY
Andrea Branzi is a seminal Italian designer and architect. An exemplary social thinker and educator, Branzi has been a fundamental voice in post-war and contemporary architecture and...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Bookcases

Materials

Aluminum

Andrea Branzi, Bamboo "Germinal" Bench
Located in New York, NY
Andrea Branzi is a seminal Italian designer and architect. An exemplary social thinker and educator, Branzi has been a fundamental voice in post-war and contemporary architecture and...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Benches

Materials

Aluminum

Andrea Branzi, Bamboo "Roots" Seat
Located in New York, NY
Andrea Branzi is a seminal Italian designer and architect. An exemplary social thinker and educator, Branzi has been a fundamental voice in post-war and contemporary architecture and...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Chairs

Materials

Aluminum

Andrea Branzi, Bamboo "Germinal" Seat
Located in New York, NY
Andrea Branzi is a seminal Italian designer and architect. An exemplary social thinker and educator, Branzi has been a fundamental voice in post-war and contemporary architecture and...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Chairs

Materials

Aluminum

Andrea Branzi, Bamboo "Germinal" Seat
Located in New York, NY
Andrea Branzi is a seminal Italian designer and architect. An exemplary social thinker and educator, Branzi has been a fundamental voice in post-war and contemporary architecture and...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Chairs

Materials

Aluminum

Darren Romanelli, "DRx Quilted Dining Chair 3", 2022
Located in New York, NY
Darren Romanelli (b. 1976), who goes by the monikers of Dr. Romanelli or DRx, has over 20 years of experience in curation and creative direction. Inspired by his dedication to sustai...
Category

2010s Dining Room Chairs

Materials

Teak

Darren Romanelli, "DRx Quilted Mirror, " 2022
Located in New York, NY
Darren Romanelli (b. 1976), who goes by the monikers of Dr. Romanelli or DRx, has over 20 years of experience in curation and creative direction. Inspired by his dedication to sustai...
Category

2010s Wall Mirrors

Materials

Mirror, Wood

Darren Romanelli, "DRx Quilted Console", 2022
Located in New York, NY
Darren Romanelli (b. 1976), who goes by the monikers of Dr. Romanelli or DRx, has over 20 years of experience in curation and creative direction. Inspired by his dedication to sustai...
Category

2010s Console Tables

Materials

Plywood

Thaddeus Wolfe, "Untitled", 2022
By Thaddeus Wolfe
Located in New York, NY
Thaddeus Wolfe [American, b. 1979] Untitled, 2022 Glass 32.75 x 15.5 x 10 inches 83 x 39 x 25 cm Thaddeus Wolfe has developed a wholly original approach to sculpting glass. Combining techniques of glassblowing and casting, Wolfe achieves what would not otherwise be possible in the material--developing his signature vocabulary of angular, highly textured forms. His unique process begins by sculpting a form from broken and carved styrofoam pieces, using meticulous yet improvisitory methods. From this form, Wolfe generates a single-use plaster mold for casting the glass. Color and texture are achieved by layering different tints of glass onto a glass bubble, which is inflated into the cavity of the heated mold. After un-molding the piece, Wolfe carves and polishes certain surfaces to reveal the interior strata. The resulting works which he often refers to as Assemblages are part painterly, part geological. Wolfe has held residencies at Creative Glass Center of America Millville, NJ; Museum of Glass, Tacoma, WA; and Pilchuck Glass School, Stanwood, WA. His work is in the permanent collections of the Corning Museum of Glass, NY (where he was awarded the 2016 Rakow Commission); Indianapolis Museum of Art, IN; Musée de Arts...
Category

2010s Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Blown Glass

Thaddeus Wolfe, "Untitled", 2022
By Thaddeus Wolfe
Located in New York, NY
Thaddeus Wolfe [American, b. 1979] Untitled, 2022 Glass 22.25 x 10 x 12.75 inches 56.5 x 25.4 x 32.4 cm Thaddeus Wolfe has developed a wholly original approach to sculpting glass. Combining techniques of glassblowing and casting, Wolfe achieves what would not otherwise be possible in the material--developing his signature vocabulary of angular, highly textured forms. His unique process begins by sculpting a form from broken and carved styrofoam pieces, using meticulous yet improvisitory methods. From this form, Wolfe generates a single-use plaster mold for casting the glass. Color and texture are achieved by layering different tints of glass onto a glass bubble, which is inflated into the cavity of the heated mold. After un-molding the piece, Wolfe carves and polishes certain surfaces to reveal the interior strata. The resulting works which he often refers to as Assemblages are part painterly, part geological. Wolfe has held residencies at Creative Glass Center of America Millville, NJ; Museum of Glass, Tacoma, WA; and Pilchuck Glass School, Stanwood, WA. His work is in the permanent collections of the Corning Museum of Glass, NY (where he was awarded the 2016 Rakow Commission); Indianapolis Museum of Art, IN; Musée de Arts...
Category

2010s Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Blown Glass

Thaddeus Wolfe, "Untitled", 2022
By Thaddeus Wolfe
Located in New York, NY
Thaddeus Wolfe [American, b. 1979] Untitled, 2022 Glass 29.25 x 16.25 x 10.5 inches 74.3 x 41.3 x 26.7 cm Brooklyn-based Thaddeus Wolfe has developed a wholly original approach to sculpting glass. Combining techniques of glassblowing and casting, Wolfe achieves what would not otherwise be possible in the material--developing his signature vocabulary of angular, highly textured forms. His unique process begins by sculpting a form from broken and carved styrofoam pieces, using meticulous yet improvisatory methods. From this form, Wolfe generates a single-use plaster mold for casting the glass. Color and texture are achieved by layering different tints of glass onto a glass bubble, which is inflated into the cavity of the heated mold. After un-molding the piece, Wolfe carves and polishes certain surfaces to reveal the interior strata. The resulting works which he often refers to as assemblages are part painterly, part geological. Wolfe has held residencies at Creative Glass Center of America Millville, NJ; Museum of Glass, Tacoma, WA; and Pilchuck Glass School, Stanwood, WA. His work is in the permanent collections of the Corning Museum of Glass, NY (where he was awarded the 2016 Rakow Commission); Indianapolis Museum of Art, IN; Musée de Arts...
Category

2010s Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Blown Glass

Chris Schanck, "Sorcerous", 2022
By Chris Schanck
Located in New York, NY
Chris Schanck [American, b. 1975] Sorcerous, 2022 Cast aluminum, velvet Measures: 40.25 x 26 x 21 inches 102 x 66 x 53 cm Designer Chris Schanck’...
Category

2010s Dining Room Chairs

Materials

Aluminum

Chris Schanck, "Ore Table", 2020
By Chris Schanck
Located in New York, NY
Chris Schanck [American, b. 1975] Ore Table, 2020 Cast white bronze 19.5 x 22 x 22 inches 50 x 56 x 56 cm Edition of 8 Designer Chris Schanck’s w...
Category

2010s Side Tables

Materials

Bronze

Faye Toogood, "Pile", 2022
By Faye Toogood
Located in New York, NY
Faye Toogood [British, b. 1977] Pile, 2022 Hand-carved oak Measures: 16.5 x 20 x 16.25 inches 42 x 51 x 41 cm Edition of 20 British designer Faye Toogood has emerged as one of the most prominent women in contemporary design today. “Whether you are a fashion designer, a furniture designer, or an interior designer, the materials you can get your hands on are essential,” she says. Toogood was born in the UK in 1977 and graduated with a BA in the History of Art in 1998 from Bristol University. Upon graduation, she worked as a prop stylist at The World of Interiors before establishing Studio Toogood in 2008. Working in a diverse range of disciplines from sculpture to furniture and fashion, Toogood often reinterprets and reinvents classical tropes and references from art history by introducing a new aesthetic. Since the conception of her immediately recognizable voluminous Roly-Poly chair (2014), she has been considered among the great form-givers of the 21st century. Her career is marked out by the discrete Assemblages, each of which conjures a compact world of interrelated ideas, forms, and materials. Assemblage 5...
Category

2010s Side Tables

Materials

Oak

Faye Toogood, "Pew Bench / Earth", 2016
By Faye Toogood
Located in New York, NY
Faye Toogood [British, b. 1977] Pew bench / Earth, 2016 Cob composite, steel Measures: 17 x 49.5 x 17.75 inches 43 x 126 x 45 cm Edition of 8 British design...
Category

2010s Benches

Materials

Steel

Faye Toogood, "Cup High / Moon", 2018
By Faye Toogood
Located in New York, NY
Faye Toogood [British, b. 1977] Cup high / Moon, 2018 Sand-cast bronze, silver nitrate. Measures: 20 x 12 x 12 inches. 50 x 30 x 30 cm. Edition of 20 British designer Faye Toogood has emerged as one of the most prominent women in contemporary design today. “Whether you are a fashion designer, a furniture designer, or an interior designer, the materials you can get your hands on are essential,” she says. Toogood was born in the UK in 1977 and graduated with a BA in the History of Art in 1998 from Bristol University. Upon graduation, she worked as a prop stylist at The World of Interiors before establishing Studio Toogood in 2008. Working in a diverse range of disciplines from sculpture to furniture and fashion, Toogood often reinterprets and reinvents classical tropes and references from art history by introducing a new aesthetic. Since the conception of her immediately recognizable voluminous Roly-Poly chair (2014), she has been considered among the great form-givers of the 21st century. Her career is marked out by the discrete Assemblages, each of which conjures a compact world of interrelated ideas, forms, and materials. Pew Bench / Earth from Assemblage 5...
Category

2010s Stools

Materials

Bronze

Raphael Navot, "Acrostic Overlay Armchair 'Left'", 2021
By Raphael Navot
Located in New York, NY
Raphael Navot [Israeli, b. 1977] Acrostic Overlay Armchair (Left), 2021 Cashmere, silk, oak Measures: 31 x 51.5 x 37 inches 79 x 131 x 94 cm Edition of 8 Multidisciplinary Ra...
Category

2010s Armchairs

Materials

Silk, Oak

Raphael Navot, "Acrostic Ottoman", 2021
By Raphael Navot
Located in New York, NY
Raphael Navot [Israeli, b. 1977] Acrostic Ottoman, 2021 Cashmere, silk, oak Measures: 16.25 x 28.5 x 23.25 inches 41 x 72.6 x 59 cm Multidisciplinary Raphael Navot identifies ...
Category

2010s Footstools

Materials

Silk, Oak

Raphael Navot, "Acrostic (Lay-Curve)", 2021
By Raphael Navot
Located in New York, NY
Raphael Navot [Israeli, b. 1977] Acrostic (Lay-Curve), 2021 Oak, cashmere, silk Measures: 33.5 x 138 x 52.75 inches 85 x 350 x 134 cm Edition of 8 Multidisciplinary Raphael N...
Category

2010s Sofas

Materials

Silk, Oak

Joris Laarman, "Maker Chair (Voronoi)", 2014
By Joris Laarman
Located in New York, NY
Joris Laarman [Dutch, b. 1979] Maker Chair (Voronoi), 2014 Walnut 30.75 x 23.75 x 25.5 inches 78 x 60 x 65 cm Edition of 16 Dutch designer, Joris Laarman, is internationally renowned for his utilization, and often innovation, of cutting-edge technology to create poetic, emotionally charged work that challenges the boundaries of design and science. Enlisting digital tools and parametric processes to create fluid forms inspired by nature, Laarman’s highly conceptual, groundbreaking work has redrawn the parameters of contemporary design. All that Laarman creates is imbued with his firm belief in the symbiosis between handcraft and technology, resolute in the Maker Chair. Composed of digitally fabricated 3-D parts that perfectly tesselate, the individual elements of the work are constructed by hand, like a puzzle, into a sweeping curve reminiscent of Verner Panton’s 1960’s injection-moulded chair...
Category

2010s Chairs

Materials

Walnut

Misha Kahn, "A Little of This and a Little of That", 2022
By Misha Kahn
Located in New York, NY
Misha Kahn [American, b. 1989] A Little of This and a Little of That, 2022 Ceramic Measures: 36 x 48 x 20.25 inches 91 x 122 x 51 cm Misha Kahn has emerged as one of the leading creative voices of his generation. Through a wildly imaginative approach that embraces spontaneity and non-conformity, Kahn allows the illogical and the irreverent to take over his entire process. He employs everything from lo-fi and ad hoc techniques—such as improvisational molds and collage—to high-tech tools such as virtual reality and robotics. Born in Duluth, Minnesota in 1989, Kahn graduated from Rhode Island School of Design in 2011 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Furniture Design. Soon after, he gained recognition when he was featured in the Museum of Arts and Design's Biennial (2014). Unafraid to push boundaries, Kahn is determined to question the accepted way of doing things, driving him to self-invent, adapt, and further processes in a myriad of mediums including metalwork, glass, wood, textiles, ceramic, bronze casting, fiberglass, and cement. Voracious to upend traditional techniques, he embraces the opportunity to learn from masters in their respective crafts. Kahn’s acclaimed woven Scrappy series (since 2015), is the result of a collaboration with Gone Rural, a female group...
Category

2010s Console Tables

Materials

Ceramic

Chris Schanck, " Grotto Console 'Silver' ", 2018
By Chris Schanck
Located in New York, NY
Chris Schanck [American, b. 1975] Grotto Console (Silver), 2018 Steel, wood, polystyrene, resin, aluminum foil 31 x 60 x 18 inches 79 x 152.5 x 46 cm...
Category

2010s Console Tables

Materials

Steel, Foil

Chris Schanck, "Shell Chair: Red Gold", 2019
By Christopher Schanck
Located in New York, NY
Chris Schanck [American, b. 1975] Shell Chair: Red Gold, 2019 Steel, polystyrene, polyurea, aluminum foil, resin Measures: 40 x 31 x 31 inches 101 x 79 x 79 cm Designer Chris Schanc...
Category

2010s American Chairs

Materials

Steel, Aluminum

Chris Schanck, "Stuffed Shell Chair: Copper", 2021
By Chris Schanck
Located in New York, NY
Chris Schanck [American, b. 1975] Stuffed shell chair: Copper, 2021 Steel, polystyrene, polyurea, aluminum foil, resin, mohair velvet  Measures: 40 x 31 x 31 inches 101 x 79 x 79 cm ...
Category

2010s Armchairs

Materials

Steel

Misha Kahn, "Radiant Affection", 2022
By Misha Kahn
Located in New York, NY
Misha Kahn [American, b. 1989] Radiant Affection, 2022 Rose quartz, bronze Measures: 28 x 65.75 x 18.25 inches 71 x 167 x 46 cm Unique Since 2017 Mi...
Category

2010s Console Tables

Materials

Bronze

Misha Kahn, "Hunt for Paradise", 2021
By Misha Kahn
Located in New York, NY
Misha Kahn [American, b. 1989] Hunt for Paradise, 2021 Bronze 34.25 x 53 x 13.25 inches 87 x 134.6 x 33.7 cm Edition of 8 Misha Kahn has emerged as one of the leading creative voices of his generation. Through a wildly imaginative approach that embraces spontaneity and non-conformity, Kahn allows the illogical and the irreverent to take over his entire process. He employs everything from lo-fi and ad hoc techniques—such as improvisational molds and collage—to high-tech tools such as virtual reality and robotics. Born in Duluth, Minnesota in 1989, Kahn graduated from Rhode Island School of Design in 2011 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Furniture Design. Soon after, he gained recognition when he was featured in the Museum of Arts and Design's Biennial (2014). Unafraid to push boundaries, Kahn is determined to question the accepted way of doing things, driving him to self-invent, adapt, and further processes in a myriad of mediums including metalwork, glass, wood, textiles, ceramic, bronze casting, fiberglass, and cement. Voracious to upend traditional techniques, he embraces the opportunity to learn from masters in their respective crafts. Kahn’s acclaimed woven Scrappy series (since 2015), is the result of a collaboration with Gone Rural, a female group...
Category

2010s Console Tables

Materials

Bronze

Najla El Zein, "Distortion, 12", 2018
By Najla El Zein
Located in New York, NY
Najla El Zein [Lebanese, French b. 1983] Distortion, 12, 2018 Fiber reinforced resin concrete 21.5 x 38.5 x 19.75 inches 54.6 x 97.8 x 50.2 cm Edition of 5 Najla El Zein’s artworks ...
Category

2010s Lebanese Minimalist Benches

Materials

Concrete

Najla El Zein, "Distortion 10", 2018
By Najla El Zein
Located in New York, NY
Najla El Zein [Lebanese, French b. 1983] Distortion, 10, 2018 Fiber reinforced resin concrete Measures: 20.25 x 74.5 x 19.75 inches 51.6 x 189 x 50 cm Najla El Zein’s artworks...
Category

2010s Lebanese Benches

Materials

Concrete

Najla El Zein, "Seduction, Pair 05", 2018
By Najla El Zein
Located in New York, NY
Seduction, pair 05, 2018 Niwala sandstone Edition of 5 Dimensions: 13 x 12.5 x 8.25 inches; 32.8 x 31.5 x 21 cm. Najla El Zein’s artworks explore the relationship between form, use,...
Category

2010s Lebanese Minimalist Table Lamps

Materials

Sandstone

Wendell Castle, "From Where it Came 02", 2015
By Wendell Castle
Located in New York, NY
Wendell Castle [American, 1932-2018] From Where it Came 02, 2015 Bronze 22.75 x 31.5 x 12.25 inches 58 x 80 x 31 cm Edition of 8 Throughout a celebrated career spanning six d...
Category

2010s Stools

Materials

Bronze

Wendell Castle, "From Where it Came 01", 2015
By Wendell Castle
Located in New York, NY
Wendell castle [American, 1932-2018] From Where it Came 01, 2015 Bronze 30 x 37.5 x 13 inches 76 x 95 x 33 cm Edition of 8 Throughout a celebrated career spanning six decades...
Category

2010s Stools

Materials

Bronze

Fernando and Humberto Campana, "Ofidia Center Table", 2015
By Campana Brothers
Located in New York, NY
Fernando and Humberto Campana [Brazilian, b. 1961,1953] Ofidia center table, 2015 Cast bronze Measures: 13.75 x 57 x 29.5 inches 35 x 145 x 75 cm Edition of 25 Fernando (born 1961) and Humberto (born 1953) have achieved both national and international recognition since opening their studio in 1983. Based in São Paulo, Estudio Campana...
Category

2010s Center Tables

Materials

Bronze

Daniel Arsham, "Cleveland Chair III", 3019
By Daniel Arsham
Located in New York, NY
Daniel Arsham [American, b. 1980] Cleveland chair III, 3019 Upholstered fabric Maeaures: 40 x 33.5 x 29 inches 101.6 x 85.1 x 73.7 cm Daniel Arsham (b. 1980) lives and works in New York. Arsham has been exhibited worldwide, including at the Moco Museum, Amsterdam; the How Museum, Shanghai; High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA, and the Contemporary Art Center, Cincinnati, OH. His works are included in the permanent collections of the Pérez Art Museum, Miami, FL; the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, MN, and the Centre Pompidou, Paris. His artistic practice includes several high profile collaborations with choreographer Merce Cunningham, Producer Pharrell Williams, and Designer Hedi Slimane and companies such as Dior and Rimowa...
Category

2010s Armchairs

Materials

Fabric, Upholstery

Michael Anastassiades, "Mobile Chandelier 9 ", 2021
By Michael Anastassiades
Located in New York, NY
Michael Anastassiades [Cypriot, b. 1967] Mobile chandelier 9, 2021 Patinated brass, glass and LED Measures: 43.75 x 57.25 x 6 inches 111 x 145.5 x 15 cm Edition of 5 Michael Anastassiades founded his studio in London in 1994. He trained as a civil engineer at London’s Imperial College of Science Technology and Medicine before taking a masters degree in industrial design at the Royal College of Art. His work is featured in permanent collections at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Victoria & Albert Museum, London, the MAK in Vienna, the Crafts Council in London and the FRAC Centre in Orleans France. Recent solo exhibitions include Norfolk House music...
Category

2010s Chandeliers and Pendants

Materials

Brass

Snarkitecture, "Broken Bench Pink, " 2021
By Snarkitecture
Located in New York, NY
Snarkitecture [Est. 2008] Broken Bench Pink, 2021 Polyurethane, Guflac, plastic agglomerate 17 x 74.75 x 27.5 inches 43 x 190 x 70 cm Edition of 33 Dan...
Category

2010s Benches

Materials

Plastic

Barbora Žilinskaitė, "Roommates Stool [Turquoise]", 2020
By Barbora Zilinskaite
Located in New York, NY
Barbora Žilinskaitė [Lithuanian, b. 1996] Roommates Stool [Turquoise], 2020 Wood dust, ply, pigment, varnish, glue 17.25 x 17.25 x 13.75 inches 44 ...
Category

2010s Stools

Materials

Wood

Barbora Žilinskaitė, "Storyteller", 2021
By Barbora Zilinskaite
Located in New York, NY
Barbora Žilinskaite [Lithuanian, b. 1996] Storyteller, 2021 Wood dust, ply, pigment, varnish, glue Measures: 78.75 x 35.5 x 13.75 inches 200 x ...
Category

2010s Bookcases

Materials

Wood

Carmen D'Apollonio, "Constantino", 2021
Located in New York, NY
Carmen D'Apollonio [Swiss, b. 1973] Constantino, 2021 Bronze 25 x 21 x 21.5 inches 63 x 53 x 55 cm Edition of 8 Carmen D’Apollonio investigates the entire spectrum from abstraction ...
Category

2010s Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Bronze

Fernando and Humberto Campana, "Bolotas Puff 'Red'", 2018
By Campana Brothers
Located in New York, NY
Fernando and Humberto Campana [Brazilian, b. 1961,1953] Bolotas Puff (Red), 2018 Sheep's wool and Ipê wood 19.75 x 35.5 x 35.5 inches 50 x 90 x 90 cm Edition of 8 Introduced during ...
Category

2010s Footstools

Materials

Fur, Sheepskin

Fernando and Humberto Campana, "Bolotas Armchair 'Red' ", 2018
By Campana Brothers
Located in New York, NY
Fernando and Humberto Campana [Brazilian, b. 1961,1953] Bolotas Armchair (Red), 2018 Sheep's wool and Ipê wood 41.25 x 43.25 x 33.5 inches 105 x 110 x...
Category

2010s Armchairs

Materials

Sheepskin, Wool, Wood

Carmen D'Apollonio, "One of us no. 2", 2021
Located in New York, NY
Carmen D'Apollonio [Swiss, b. 1973] One of us no. 2, 2021 Bronze 26 x 14 x 5 inches 66 x 35.6 x 12.7 cm Edition of 8 Carmen D’Apollonio investigates the entire spectrum from abstrac...
Category

2010s Table Lamps

Materials

Bronze

Carmen D'Apollonio, "One of us no. 3", 2021
Located in New York, NY
Carmen D'Apollonio [Swiss, b. 1973] One of us no. 3, 2021 Bronze 23.5 x 12 x 5 inches 59.7 x 30.5 x 12.7 cm Edition of 8 Carmen D’Apollonio investigates the entire spectrum from abs...
Category

2010s Table Lamps

Materials

Bronze

Snarkitecture, "Broken Square Mirror Pink", 2021
By Snarkitecture
Located in New York, NY
Snarkitecture [Est. 2008] Broken Square Mirror Pink, 2021 Polyurethane, glass 39.5 x 39.5 x 7.75 inches 100 x 100 x 20 cm Edition of 33 Daniel Arsham’s practice exists at the intersection of art, architecture and performance. Through his work, Arsham poetically combines the past, present, and future, skirting the line between romanticism and pop art—while experimenting with the timelessness of certain symbols and cultural icons. Arsham was born in 1980 in Cleveland, Ohio. Raised in Miami, Arsham attended The Cooper Union where he received the Gelman Trust Fellowship Award in 2003. Upon graduation, Arsham toured worldwide with the Merce Cunningham Dance Company as the company’s stage designer for over four years—an experience that informed his ongoing synergistic practice. In 2007, he founded the pioneering architecture firm Snarkitecture with partner Alex Mustonen. Collaboration continues to be a key cornerstone of his practice—realizing high-profile projects with music producer Pharrell Williams and designer Hedi Slimane, as well as Dior, Porsche, and Rimowa. Objects for Living (2019), Arsham’s first collaboration with Friedman Benda, was inspired by Arsham’s recent renovation of his own Long Island home built in 1971 by the noted modernist architect Norman Jaffe...
Category

2010s Wall Mirrors

Materials

Glass

Jonathan Trayte, "Desert Lights '1', " 2020
By Jonathan Trayte
Located in New York, NY
Jonathan Trayte [British, b. 1980] Desert lights (1), 2020 Powder coated stainless steel, blown glass, brass, raffia, light fittings Measures: 78 x 44 x ...
Category

2010s Chandeliers and Pendants

Materials

Brass, Stainless Steel

Daniel Arsham, "Dino Dining Chair, " 2021
By Daniel Arsham
Located in New York, NY
Daniel Arsham [American, b.1980] Dino dining chair, 2021 Birch Measures: 35 x 20.5 x 25 inches 89 x 52 x 64 cm Edition of 250.
Category

2010s Dining Room Chairs

Materials

Birch

Wendell Castle, "Promises Kept", 2015
By Wendell Castle
Located in New York, NY
Wendell Castle [American, 1932-2018] Promises Kept, 2015 Bronze Measures: 21.25 x 16.25 x 13.5 inches 54 x 41 x 34 cm Edition of 8 Throughout a celebrated career spanning six decad...
Category

2010s Side Tables

Materials

Bronze

Daniel Arsham, "Gazoo Table Lamp", 2021
By Daniel Arsham
Located in New York, NY
Daniel Arsham [American, b.1980] gazoo table lamp, 2021 Birch Measures: 14 x 6 x 11 inches 36 x 15 x 28 cm Edition of 250 Daniel Arsham’s practice exists at the intersection of art, architecture and performance. Through his work, Arsham poetically combines the past, present, and future, skirting the line between romanticism and pop art—while experimenting with the timelessness of certain symbols and cultural icons. Arsham was born in 1980 in Cleveland, Ohio. Raised in Miami, Arsham attended The Cooper Union where he received the Gelman Trust Fellowship Award in 2003. Upon graduation, Arsham toured worldwide with the Merce Cunningham Dance Company as the company’s stage designer for over four years—an experience that informed his ongoing synergistic practice. In 2007, he founded the pioneering architecture firm Snarkitecture with partner Alex Mustonen. Collaboration continues to be a key cornerstone of his practice—realizing high-profile projects with music producer Pharrell Williams and designer Hedi Slimane, as well as Dior, Porsche, and Rimowa. Objects for Living (2019), Arsham’s first collaboration with Friedman Benda, was inspired by Arsham’s recent renovation of his own Long Island home built in 1971 by the noted modernist architect Norman Jaffe...
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2010s Table Lamps

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Birch

Daniel Arsham, "Bamm-Bamm Bench", 2021
By Daniel Arsham
Located in New York, NY
Daniel Arsham [American, b.1980] Bamm-Bamm bench, 2021 Stone, resin, birch Measures: 18 x 57 x 23 inches 46 x 145 x 58 cm Edition of 8 Daniel Arsham’s practice exists at the intersection of art, architecture and performance. Through his work, Arsham poetically combines the past, present, and future, skirting the line between romanticism and pop art—while experimenting with the timelessness of certain symbols and cultural icons. Arsham was born in 1980 in Cleveland, Ohio. Raised in Miami, Arsham attended The Cooper Union where he received the Gelman Trust Fellowship Award in 2003. Upon graduation, Arsham toured worldwide with the Merce Cunningham Dance Company as the company’s stage designer for over four years—an experience that informed his ongoing synergistic practice. In 2007, he founded the pioneering architecture firm Snarkitecture with partner Alex Mustonen. Collaboration continues to be a key cornerstone of his practice—realizing high-profile projects with music producer Pharrell Williams and designer Hedi Slimane, as well as Dior, Porsche, and Rimowa. Objects for Living (2019), Arsham’s first collaboration with Friedman Benda, was inspired by Arsham’s recent renovation of his own Long Island home built in 1971 by the noted modernist architect Norman Jaffe...
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2010s Benches

Materials

Stone

Wendell Castle, "No Slouch", 2013
By Wendell Castle
Located in New York, NY
Wendell Castle [American, 1932-2018] No Slouch, 2013 Stained ash 30 x 76 x 27 inches 76.2 x 193 x 68.6 cm Edition of 8 Throughout a celebrated career spanning six decades, Wendell C...
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2010s Benches

Materials

Ash

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