Among the many booths at the Architectural Digest Home Show, the work of Tucker Robbins stood out for his unique point of view and stylish way of mixing concepts, textures, and time periods in a way that feels very organic and natural.
With a base made out of pipe, the crystals on the Tribeca Collection X-Chandelier appear to hang especially delicately from the industrial tubing. With lights that add to the glimmer and shine, this is a piece that would be just as striking in a home as a statement piece or at a restaurant to create the ultimate mood lighting.
Seeing New York City native Asher Israelow's furniture pieces at the Architectural Digest Home Show, I was drawn to their mid-century vibe with a modern twist. In neutral colors and carefully chosen shapes that reflect times past as well as current taste, the work feel very livable, with a bit of glam in the form of gold specks in the very special table seen above.
Artist Justin Teilhet has come a long way since starting out as a self-taught ceramicist. His works are at once simple and yet incredibly dynamic while maintaining a soothing effect on the eye. They are special because they function as both art in and of themselves, as well as functional pieces that can be used as a vessel or a vase.
London designer Sonya Winner's bright, whimsical and artful rugs would be a stand out piece in any room. Chosen as a Top Pick at this year's Architectural Digest Home Show held in Manhattan, her pieces were a huge draw. With both earthy (one rug mimics the rings of a tree) and graphic designs (triangles fit together with colors that at once sooth and excite the eye) her work is unique and fascinating.
USM has been creating this line of modern furniture in Switzerland since 1963 – long enough to be considered classic modern now. The colorful powder coated steel furniture can be customized to the user's needs. From storage towers and cabinets to credenzas and tables, the pieces are perfect for homes and offices – and of course the growing segment of those who live in their offices.
Have a seat, folks! From Kenneth Cobonpue's chairs made from fabric tubes woven over steel frames to classic American woodworking, these are 10 of my favorite chairs from the Architectural Digest Home Show.