Elena Frampton Explores the Link Between Craft and Comfort in Her Exhibition Penthouse
Earlier this year, interior and furniture designer Elena Frampton of Frampton Co curated “Coming Home,” a survey of furnishings that explore the relationship between craft and comfort, at her exhibition penthouse in New York. Among the pieces were chairs by Christina Z. Antonio and Chen Chen & Kai Williams, Nick Missel stools, mixed-media wall hangings by William Storms, and Frampton’s own expanded F Collection. Her redesigned Tux sofa takes inspiration from equestrian farms, with tailored leather piping and fringing. Arc, a shapely poplar desk perfect for WFH, now comes in a new Forest lacquer, its high-gloss automotive finish a nod to Frampton’s love of classic cars.
Christina Z Antonio Spotlights Nature’s Perfect Imperfections in Hardware Collection
Since starting her eponymous New York City atelier in 2005, Christina Z Antonio has been fusing luxe materials into architectural hardware, lighting, and furniture. Her latest hardware collection, Rare Earth, sets minera…
Laurids Gallée’s Modern Marquetry Connects Art, Commerce, and Craft
Part of a gallery exhibition last fall, Laurids Gallée’s modern marquetry centers on the forever connection between art, commerce, and craft.
Uchronia and Craftsman David Roma Create Line of Peanut-Shaped Coffee Tables
Multidisciplinary studio Uchronia collaborated with decorative painter/craftsman David Roma on a debut furniture collection that’s just right.
Call for Submissions: Spring Market Tabloid 2023
Interior Design invites you to participate in our upcoming Spring Market Tabloid, the essential new product resource for spring.
A Closer Look at an Imaginative, Multi-Use Piece by Virgil Abloh and Cassina
See an imaginative piece by the late Virgil Abloh made in collaboration with Cassina, meant to be used as a bench, pouf, or something else.
Stephanie Eventov’s New Textiles Channel Midcentury Art and Architecture
Society of Wonderland’s new collection of woven textiles, Series .21, features five fabrics channelling midcentury art and architecture.