“We decided to produce the collection here in the states to ensure the highest quality. The factory we chose combines traditional methods with advances in modern technology. The frames are CNC-milled and the upholstery is laser cut, which ensures precision and perfection every time.”
20+ Fabric

“We’ve assorted more than 30 upholstery options, including premium leathers, high-performing fabrics by Maharam, our Essential Fabric collection, and richly-toned velvets. We wanted to offer more classic options, along with a few bolder choices, in rich, saturated jewel tones.”

Modern Details

“The signature upholstery choice for the collection is a mixed-media, fabric and leather combination. We’ve carefully paired four of our favorite leathers with tonal fabrics. It offers the best of both worlds - the luxurious look of leather, with the comforting feel of fabric cushions.”

“We want to create foundational pieces for the home that will endure for decades, both in style and quality. We’ve updated timeless forms with modern details, while committing to premium quality at an accessible price.”
San Francisco, CA
"I turned to collage from the stop animation work I was doing on 16mm film. This was mainly because as a full time art teacher, and mom to two young boys, I found that I could create collages in short bursts, as opposed to the long stretches of time that were required for animating. With collage, I can still tell stories and create narratives by cutting and pasting, though now it is paper and not celluloid. I also love collecting paper ephemera, and as a collage artist I can justify my collecting!"

Los Angeles, CA
"I’m inspired by personal perception—finding meaning, whether real of imagined, in the things and scenes we see around us. It’s wonderful to find and capture something you consider beautiful and be able to not only share that with an audience but then have some of them force a connection with the work, too. I’m also fascinated by the juxtapositions of nature and the man-made built environment and try to depict that in my diary photographs and landscapes."

New York, NY
“The lines and textures of modernist architecture and abstract paintings have been my main source of inspiration. I love the contrast between a masterfully designed and executed piece of architecture, that at some point represented progress and the future, and capturing them now, seeing how they stand the test of time and the elements.”
San Francisco, CA
“Photography affords me the opportunity to delight in the richness and drama of the everyday world. It is thrilling to use this tool as a means of connecting not to exotic locales, but to the spaces most often passed over.”
His Philosophy
Since moving to New York, Soren has mastered the ability to elegantly marry the raw, industrial qualities of NYC with the refinement and simplicity of Scandinavian design. In his own life, the designer practices incredible restraint, paring his wordly possessions down to the most essential - relying on objects that are both timeless and multi-purpose.
Soren Rose
In 2008, Danish-born designer and serial entrepreneur Soren Rose followed his life-long dream of founding a design studio. Critical acclaim and a large project on Park Avenue quickly followed, motivating a move from Copenhagen to NYC. In 2011, Soren designed his first product collection - the Tribeca series - inspired by and named after his new home.
Their Philosophy
Norm’s Scandinavian roots are inherent in all of its work, no matter the context or medium. This strong sense of identity is reflected in the company’s name, which pays respect to traditions and norms refined over centuries. The company maintains an unwavering commitment to quality and timelessness, while rejecting fleeting trends. They instead embrace the Scandinavian spirit of simplicity, with a goal to “to find the simplest shape for a given task without forgetting the beauty” and to “reach a point where there is nothing to add and nothing to take away that can make the product better.”

Norm Architects
Norm’s creative studio is nestled within a quiet courtyard near Copenhagen’s city center. The minimalist, beautifully-appointed space houses the company’s six person team who tackle everything from architecture to photography to product design. Versatile and forward-thinking, the small team is truly capable of mastering any and all things creative - talent that has not gone unnoticed. In short time, the team has garnered countless design awards, including Denmark’s coveted title of “Designer of the Year” in 2014.

Husband and wife founders Hung-Ming Chen and Chen-Yen Wei journeyed from Taiwan to Stockholm to complete their education in design. The duo originally planned to stay for only two years, but remain there to this day after falling in love with the country's rich design culture. The couple founded Afteroom together in 2011, after separately working in fashion and industrial design, leveraging their past experiences to form the studio's distinctive point of view.

Their Philosophy
Chen and Wei's design philosophies are inspired by the inevitable passage of time. Rather than begrudging the process of aging, the duo celebrates it, along with the markers and signs it leaves behind. Working within a design language that they coin 'Bauhaus Modernism,' the team's mission is to create beautiful objects that will accrue value over time.
The Process
While each piece is always carefully hand-crafted, Bob’s process is never static. The artist is always exploring new and unexpected ways to add texture and dimension to his works. One of his now signature techniques is the application of texture through hand-stamping or carving, creating relief motifs using everyday tools, like a flathead screwdriver. He’s also mastered the use of recycled clay - combining scraps with new clay to create a uniquely almond-colored product and a subtle texture of iron speckles.

The Artist
Based in the Bay Area, Bob Dinetz is actually an established and acclaimed graphic designer. Admitted to the Alliance Graphique Internationale and having worked with clients ranging from Apple to NYT, the designer recently decided to try his hand at a new medium. Developing an investigative and problem-solving approach to design through his work in art direction, Bob has applied a similar train of thought to his work with ceramics. Ever-evolving his style, shapes, mediums and technique, his work shows an incredible amount of range, even despite his relatively short career.

Mix-and-match across colors and materials, including a few wood pieces, interchangeable as lids or serving trays.