Agrippa 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.
Ashley Tudor is a San Francisco-based artist. Her “Trophies” series explores the intersection of the natural world and the human role in it. Her primary medium is sculpture and mixed media. Ashley is an avid outdoorsman, hunter, and field to table chef. She loves any excuse to get into the mountains, valleys, and fields, especially to search out her own food.
Rooted in the Spirit of Collaboration, Atelier d’Amis strives to create pieces that go beyond luxury furniture to become pieces of conversation for the home. While we are based in New York and Los Angeles, the fabrication of our collections takes place in the hands of expert craftsmen in Italy.
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.
Brent Warr is an artist and furniture maker who creates pieces that evoke emotion, allowing viewers to reach a more imaginative part of themselves. Warr designs and produces collectible furniture, lighting, and sculptural art by incorporating the mediums of plaster, epoxy, wood, and paint.
Casey McCafferty exercises a respect for material and traditional technique in each piece he creates. Applying both Old World craft and unorthodox experimentation, he seeks the intersections where tactility, substance, and heft meet concept and metaphor. Casey creates work that reflects his natural surroundings while exploring the boundaries between craftsmanship, art, and technique.
Christopher Boots is a Melbourne-based Industrial Designer driven by a love of nature and light. Christopher’s handmade work includes lighting, furniture and objects. He explores the architecture of geometry of organic shapes, and is often inspired by forms found in plants, animals and minerals.
Southern California-based artist and furniture designer Chuck Moffit creates work that marries time-honored techniques with innovative mechanics. His collections balance brutalist processes while incorporating delicate details. Moffit creates his pieces out of glass, steel, bronze, and leather, but is not confined by these materials and is engaged in experimenting with unexpected elements. His work often blurs the lines between art and functional furniture.
COUP XX, a curated collection of twentieth-century design and an assortment of contemporary pieces that nod to the past. All handpicked by COUP D’ETAT founder, Darin Geise.
Geise’s passion for travel and discovery fuels his commitment to sourcing high quality vintage that is available in both COUP D’ETAT locations.
DE LA VEGA
Mark de la Vega is the founder and principal designer of DE LA VEGA based in Red Hook Brooklyn. Mark offers rugged designs that are expertly refined with a contemporary approach to century old techniques. He utilizes high quality materials, premium finishes and distinct style of art deco and 1950’s aesthetics.
Los Angeles-based leather artisan Edwin Maldonado is a master of the lost art of traditional French leather upholstery. Edwin sculpts leather over wood frames using a technique of wetting and steaming hides. His skill at manipulating and hand-finishing leather has been perfected over decades of working for luxury furniture brands. With the inception of his own collection, Edwin is free to create the furniture forms he is passionate about – designs with exaggerated curves and intricate details.
Entrelacs lighting is designed by Yves and Paul Macheret, and hand crafted at the family owned Marcheret Foundry in Le Mans, France. Their lighting collections are a perfect balance of bronze and alabaster, born from a passion for bronze and the creative arts. Entrelacs’ trained approach creates refined fixtures with a naturally pure and timeless result.
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.
JG Switzer is a textile and soft goods artisan studio focused on designing fabrics made of natural fibers that are hand tailored with custom patterns. Their painterly and modern felted wool is sourced from a local fibershed and made in their workshop in northern California. JG Switzer is devoted to sourcing the finest: wool, silk, linen, cashmere, cotton, and hemp. The studio is dedicated to quality at the highest level, ensuring they can deliver fabrics that are artfully abstract, sustainable, and distinctive.
Jocelyn Marsh is a Los Angeles based artist whose primary mediums include installation, sculpture and lighting design. Central to her work is the theme that existence springs from the unknown space between death and life, the void that causes mixed emotions throughout the world. Focusing on the thrilling fact that from nothing comes everything, Marsh celebrates this unknown space imparting upon her work a sense of reverence, wonder, and refinement.
Kalliopi Lydaki was born in 1963 in Athens, Greece. She began studying art as a young adult, focusing on pictorial arts and sculpture in the atelier of the Greek painter Jiorgos Vogiatzis in Athens. During a trip to Crete, she met the ceramicist, Alda Reis. Inspired by the work in Alda’s studio, she began training in ceramics, eventually opening an atelier in Chania, Crete, creating sculptures in porcelain and stoneware at high temperatures. In 2012, she moved her atelier permanently to Florence and started working on a “light art” collection, dedicating herself to making creations in porcelain and clay with glazes made from precious metals. These small ceramic sculptures have inspired her to create large wall installations of different sizes and orientations, enhancing their three-dimensionality by playing with color and light.
Ceramicist Kelly Farley’s large-scale suspended pieces are each one of a kind and are entirely hand done in his Pope Valley, Napa studio. Through his work, Farley conveys the beauty of the individual, while simultaneously portraying the collective consciousness that links us together. His process to create each piece is intensive, ritualistic, and only done two to three times a year.
A furniture and lighting design studio intent on creating tactile pieces that engage the senses. The collection embraces the juxtaposition of contrasting textures, markings and finishes. Each piece is made to order in New York, Pennsylvania and Connecticut by highly skilled craftsmen and accomplished artisans. Mother and daughter design team Helena and Natasha Sultan work together organically towards a common vision for refinement, simplicity and well-being.
Linda Fahey is a ceramic artist and proprietor of the Yonder studio and shop in San Francisco. Linda creates sculptural and functional ceramics, specializing in hand-built forms with illustrative surfaces. With a background in illustration, Linda takes her drawings to the surface of her vessels and ceramic tiles. Linda’s talent is sought after for large-scale site-specific projects, including custom tile design. She incorporates design influences directly from a life lived on the northern California coast and from her deep respect of the natural world.
Los Angeles-based artist Leslie Nix is known for her singular personal style. With an interest in transformative materials, her process relies on experimentation, working in the mediums of oil on canvas, bronze, and glass. Her paintings, sculptural lamps, and decorative objects are influenced by her travels, including experiences in Africa. Nix received her BFA from the Savannah College of Art and Design.
Madda Studio is a collaborative textile design studio in Oaxaca, Mexico. Founded in 2016 by Marie Farneth and Maddalena Forcella, their work builds on experience that began in 1995 when Maddalena cofounded a nonprofit association in Chiapas and began leading textile and natural dye workshops. Their textiles incorporate and respect a long lineage of tradition and deeply value knowledge that has been passed down through generations. They support the preservation of ancient skills by incorporating them into contemporary rugs, pillows, throws, and tabletop textiles using local materials and craft techniques.
Michal David Green
Chryselephantine driftwood / I honor this new life, this strange new beauty with gold, silver, copper and with these enhancements I hope to illuminate nature’s path. These are my votives, my talismans and totems, holy remnants reminding us of a past life where they once were giants.
Natasha Baradaran is the founder and creative visionary behind her namesake furniture line. Inspired by her multicultural background and extensive travels, Baradaran’s furniture line combines bold visual statements with thoughtfully juxtaposing materials and finishes. Handmade in Los Angeles, the line consists of casegoods, upholstery, and lighting complementing Baradaran’s vision for stylish and integrally created designs.
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.
Born in Switzerland and having spent more than two decades in New York City, Patrick Weder’s work has many influences; the austere precision of the Swiss, his adoration of nature, and our relationship with urban infrastructure. With his great passion for nature and the environment, Weder maintains focus on sustainability and selective designs built to endure through the ages.
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.
Rose Gold Society
Founded by lighting designer Magnus Schevene, Rose Gold Society is a design brand specializing in remarkable lighting, furnishings, and architectural artwork. Schevene has been working in the decorative arts for 25 years. With a background in industrial design, interior design, and industrial art, Magnus has created decorative art and lighting installations for designers, luxury product brands and hospitality projects. This ingenious company utilizes the newest fabrication technologies combined with master craftsmanship to create timeless pieces.
WHITE DIRT produces limited-edition functional objects derived from unique sculptural forms by San Francisco-based founding artist Dana Harel. Consistent throughout each WHITE DIRT collection is the artist’s embrace of the inherent quality of materials and the techniques she employs for their transformation.