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.
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.
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.
Dana Harel was born and raised in Tel Aviv, Israel and currently works in San Francisco. Harel’s drawings explore the mystery of the human psyche and the drama of physical and emotional struggles. Her drawings are a result of combining sculpture, photography, and print making techniques. She’s interested in the moments where brutality meets fragility, and aggression meets tenderness. Focusing on the nonverbal, unprocessed, wild and instinctive elements.
Mark de la Vega is the founder and principal designer of DLV Designs 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.
Douglas Fanning’s work examines the space between two points—from history learned and future imagined. Drawing from art, design, and architectural avenues, Fanning continually pushes the boundaries between form and physics to create clean, fluid, yet uncompromisingly daring pieces.
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.
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.
Jean De Merry
From a small French town where successive generations of de Merry’s family had operated a leather tanning business for four centuries, to creating a visionary home collection handcrafted at their Los Angeles workshop, JEAN DE MERRY has grown into an French Deco-inspired, artisanal line that sparks the imaginations of its clients, producing pieces that are timeless, unexpected and anchored by quality and craftsmanship.
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.
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.
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.
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.