May 15, 2019

esign Week is here! Our showroom has been outfitted with the newest designs of the season, featuring a broad range of new products from an international stable of designers. We invite you to stop by our Park Avenue showroom this weekend and join us at our open house celebration, Saturday and Sunday from 11 A.M. to 4 P.M.
Elisa Ossino, 2018
When describing her creative process, Italian designer Elissa Ossino explains “I always set out to create an iconic object. Something very special that doesn’t already exist, that you remember.” The Erei Sofa is no exception. Inspired by the Erean Mountain Range in Sicily, the sofa is the basis for a modular seating system that can be assembled into a plush, inviting landscape of different configurations—the ideal solution for the modern lounge or living space.
GamFratesi, 2018
The Masculo Lounge exhibits all the qualities of the ideal lounge chair, with an extraordinarily innovative profile. The Masculo’s angled wood frame creates a refreshing visual lightness, while the upholstered seat and back ensure exceptional comfort. This combination of lightness while still retaining a strong and defined presence is one of the unique qualities of this design. Shown here in a mahogany frame, the Masculo is also available in a steel frame version. A dining version has also recently been added to the collection. 
Jaime Hayon, 2018
A table is a gathering place to break bread, to discuss a topic, to agree, to disagree, or to just laugh and enjoy each other’s company. In the case of Mezcla, the table also happens to be stunningly beautiful and contemporary. In fact, this idea of mixing people, ideas and elements lies at the very core of Mezcla, whose appearance is characterized by a mix of contrasting materials. With a tabletop available in walnut, white oiled oak, nero marquina marble, or travertine, and a base available in brass and burgundy, or chrome and clay, Mezcla provides a seemingly endless array of customizable configurations.
GamFratesi, 2018
The Gent Dining Chair is characterized by the juxtaposition of Scandinavian elegance and dynamic Italian lines, a combination that can only come from a GamFratesi original design. The Gent possesses a playful balance between formality and whimsy, offering a modern twist on the classic dining chair. Evocative of the1950’s, the Gent is equally practical for a restaurant dining room or a private residence.
Horst Brüning, 1963
In 1963, Horst Brüning set up an architecture and design office in Stuttgart, Germany. During this period, Brüning came in contact with design duo Fabricius & Kastholm, which ultimately led to an incredibly fruitful partnership and in turn international recognition and success. It was during this period in the late 60’s that the HB 120 Dining Table was born. Produced today by Lange Production, HB120 is an enduring classic. The repetition of circles in the design create a beautiful harmony, which is enhanced by the ways in which the base and tabletop compliment one another through contrasting materials. Tabletop available in glass or marble. Frame in black powder coat or chrome-plated steel.
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