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Ny Times: Shopping With Alexander Gorlin

NY TIMES: Shopping With Alexander Gorlin This week The New York Times Home editor Tim McKeough went Shopping with... architect Alexander Gorlin for outstanding products designed by master architects.  From John Pawson's collection for when objects work, Gorlin selected [...]

Joshua Prince Ramus portrait

With Joshua Prince-ramus

With a life and résumé so full at age 44, there's no way to briefly introduce this man. Joshua Prince-Ramus is the Principal of REX, the internationally acclaimed architecture and design firm he founded in 2006 after amicably parting ways with his mentor Rem Koolhaas. Prince-Ramus is a visionary, a pragmatist, an athlete and an artist. He's a [...]

Vincent Van Duysen portrait

With Vincent Van Duysen

Belgian-born architect and product designer Vincent Van Duysen exploded onto the global design scene when he founded his eponymous architecture firm at the tender age of 28. Van Duysen has since won countless industry awards including Designer of the Year at Paris’s Maison & Objet Fair 2009.  Van Duysen is the subject of three monographs, most recently a 2013 [...]

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Shigeru Ban

  On this heels of Shigeru Ban’s groundbreaking Pritzker Prize win, SUITE NY is shining yet another light on the Japanese architect’s inspiring career. Despite his impressive resume of government buildings, national museums, churches and commercial headquarters, Ban is best known as an emergency zone first responder, crafting shelters quickly and efficiently out of inexpensive and eco-friendly materials. Often referred to [...]

SUITE NY Dream Chair Tadao Ando Carl Hansen

The Dream Chair

Japanese architecture collides with Western modernism to form a dreamy new lounge chair designed by Japanese "starchitect" Tadao Ando for Danish furniture manufacturer Carl Hansen & Son. Appropriately named the "Dream Chair," the design was inspired by Ando's own desire to encourage people to take the time to dream. This week we've singled out the Dream Chair as our Item [...]

Park View Guest House, New Orleans

Suite Ny Visits New Orleans

  Suite NY principal Kris Fuchs, along with sales director Anthony Law recently flew to New Orleans to meet with famed architect Lee Ledbetter to discuss Tulane University's new stadium.  Luckily they were able to enjoy some downtime as well.  Here is a list of things you must do if you happen to be in New Orleans with [...]

John Pawson architect and designer interviewed by SUITE NY

With John Pawson

From his B60 Sloop sailboat, an architectural exhibition at London’s Design Museum, countless custom homes, religious spaces, and now a line of accessories for When Objects Work, world-renowned architect and product designer John Pawson has quite the resume. Taking a few moments from his busy schedule [...]

John Pawson JP Steak Knife wins Good Design Award 2013 from Chicago Athenaeum Museum

Jp Steak Knife Wins Good Design Award

We are excited to announce that John Pawson’s Steak Knife has been awarded a Good Design Award 2013 by The Chicago Athenaeum Museum in the Tabletop category. Among various products Pawson has created for Belgian home accessories manufacturer When Objects Work, the Steak Knife was developed in association with Japanese master knife [...]

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Lanvin / Mr Architecture + Decor

Dear friend of SUITE NY, David Mann of MR Architecture + Decor, chose our FK710 Skater Chair for his impressive debut of the first stand-alone Lanvin Men's store on US soil. Situated in a narrow townhouse on Madison Ave the three story space is a fantastic combination of old, new, plush and sparse. [...]

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Item Of The Week: Bringing Healthy Backs…back

SUITENY is proud to welcome the newest spinal-supportive additions to our Workspace furniture collection; PRODUCT PARTNERS. The NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health) recently published a set of General Workstation Design Principals to keep workers safe and healthy on the job. Suggestions include: -Make workstations adjustable. -Avoid static loads or fixed work postures. -Set the work surface above elbow height [...]

Designer home accessories by when objects work, available at SUITE NY

Item Of The Week: Introducing When Objects Work

SUITE NY is proud to carry Belgian atelier accessory design house, when objects work. The vision of its director, Beatrice de Lafontaine, when objects work produces exclusive objects designed by leading designers and architects whose work shares a preoccupation with basic forms, immaculate function and a timeless idiom. The brand notes an observation from William Morris as their overarching philosophy: one [...]

The Wythe Hotel

Back in 2011, Two Trees Management contacted the SUITE New York showroom with an interesting project in the works we could not wait to be a part of.  As a Williamsburg resident myself, this particular project struck close to home. Steps from a predominantly industrial spread of a neighborhood, Two Trees preserved and renovated an industrial [...]

Architectural Digest : Ch07 Shell Chair

ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST : CH07 Shell Chair Hans J. Wegner CH07 Shell Chairs from SUITE New York are featured in Architectural Digest, August 2012. Bonetti/Kozerski Studio graciously reimagined an upstate New York farmhouse for the story which features a cool, classic design aesthetic. The CH07 Shell Chair was designed by Hans J. Wegner in 1963 and is an iconic piece. This [...]

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Modern Minimalism In Sag Harbor

Long known as a traditionalist, architect Frank Greenwald teamed up with interior design firm Foley & Cox to devise his own warmly minimal Sag Harbor retreat. Principals Mary Foley and Michael Cox are alumni of the Ralph Lauren empire and had worked with Greenwald on several homes, including some of Lauren’s.  To create the relaxed and comfortable interiors, Foley & [...]