Ochre’s design philosophy always emphasizes the use of high quality materials and flawless craftsmanship to create objects which are both timeless and contemporary. The simplicity and honesty of form matched with luxurious materials results in an understated elegance, which has become their signature aesthetic.
A little over ten years ago architect Craig Bassam and creative director Scott Fellows began drafting their vision for a new kind of American luxury company. A genuine, fully integrated lifestyle brand stemming from their shared aesthetic sensibilities, it would encompass architectural projects and interiors as well as impeccably crafted furniture, lifestyle objects and personal accessories.
Peter Samuel’s large equine and animal photography prints have long been a fixture at Coup D’Etat. Based in San Francisco, Peter continuously explores to find new ways to refine his vision, saying “Creativity is a moving target, you must be present and stay nimble to maintain a body of work that is fresh and fulfilling.”
A rare combination of aesthetic dexterity and mastery of craft resulting in furniture and objects that are expressive, formal, and transcend materiality. The collection is based in metal and incorporates only natural materials such as leather, wood, and glass in unique ways, challenging our assumptions.
Area is a creative studio that curates original work from contemporary artists and produces unique wallpapers and large scale murals. Our designer wallpapers are not mass market oriented but rather personal, distinctive, and on the cutting edge of contemporary trends. We bring a combination of taste, quality, and sophistication to the world of wall decor.
Camus Collection is a young, dynamic company born in Valencia and founded by four partners: Ismael Gimeno, Javier Pastor, Ismael Pastor and Paco Camus. Our handmade designs are halfway between sculpture and furniture. We choose quality materials that ennoble over time. Solid American Walnut and Alabaster are our hallmark. Their appearance is rich and varied making each piece unique.
Gianni Vallino is an Italian artist and designer of custom lamps made from reclaimed metal objects. Vallino is inspired by the process of giving new life to found elements. He aims to revolutionize current ideas of recycling though his creations, displaying the reuse of material as not only an industrial process but a creative act. Vallino currently lives and works in Santa Barbara.
German-born Peter Boiger has been a sculptor for over 50 years. He began working with wood at his grandfather’s carpentry shop followed by apprenticeships in Burghausen and Munich. After studies in Berkley his figurative and abstract work expanded from wood to bronze and stone. Boiger taught sculpture at the Bezalel Academy in Jerusalem and participated in creating Valley of the Destroyed Communities, a Holocaust monument at Yad Vashem. His public art sculptures can be seen in Santa Rosa and the city of Napa.
The work I have pursued for the last four decades is rooted in my early love of the American and European abstractionists of the forties and fifties. The direction and ongoing tenor of my painting was deeply influenced by my upbringing in a sophisticated social environment that exposed me to contemporary art, architecture, music (especially jazz), and design, as well as the art of the past masters.
Kristin Victoria Barron, Interior Designer and Founder of KRIEST, a multi-disciplinary creative studio offering bespoke home design services, is offering an inaugural collection of classical, material-driven small scale sculptures and lighting inspired by the ‘aether element’, or dream world. The Orchis Collection is comprised of objects in three categories, vessels, objects and lighting.
Mike Danielson Studio
In 2015 Mike Danielson launched his first furniture and lighting collection. The line is comprised of naturally pitted metals coupled with minimal forms. By recognizing the potential of the material and highlighting its organic topography, he is able to create pieces that are both sculptural and functional. He uses a blend of subtle but dramatic contrasts, resulting in work that exhibits a quiet restraint.