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A design project is unique due to all the attention to details. Since the choice of the concept, ideas, color palette, style décor, and, of course, all the furnishing and lighting. More and more, interior designers and architects want to incorporate unique handmade pieces that will serve their clients’ needs and design wishes. Today, Vintage Industrial Style ‘s Blog will show you the top products – and most exclusive! – from the best USA interior designers and architects!
We are sure that this name is very familiar, if you’re updated with the best of the best of what USA has to offer! Considered one of the most acclaimed interior designers in the US, the most curious thing is that he started his career as a poet. It is true that we can consider design as poetry, since you’re going to creating a space that is going to reflect a person! Jonathan has a peculiar design, mixing mid-century design with modern style, and the results are simply stunning!
“One of his best products if the Reform Credenza sideboard, that is inspired by the Brutalist architecture of modernist temples and churches from Le Corbusier’s Ronchamp to Miami’s Temple Israel to the Cathedral of Brasília“. This particular piece is a design that is carved onto wooden doors and then “clad in a single sheet of brass, which is hand-hammered and polished to perfection. The labor-intensive process takes eight to 12 hours per door”.
This particular design piece has an interesting feature and it was designed by the well known, Yabu Pushelberg. This piece belongs to the James collection, and it’s a new perspective of the modern masculinity. Bold, unique, however sophisticated and elegant at the same time. “The range includes a chaise, desk, stool and bar trolley, each one meticulously proportioned and ergonomically shaped“.
Martyn Lawrence Bullard
This interior designer from Los Angels, has won multiple prizes, and it is known for his styles and electric environments with an elegant twist. “This pair of vintage brass palm tree wall sconces, that can be wired for lights. Each palm leaf is detachable and individually placed on the top part”.
Nate Berkus achieve impressive things such as his award winning interior design firm, at the age of 24! “He created a collection for Living Spaces alongside Jeremiah Brent. A highlight of that collection if the Laurel armchair. Nate and Jeremiah fell in love with the block printed pattern on their Laurel accent chair – it reminds them of travelling and the crafts they search for on their adventures. They designed this piece to be a modern version of a classic English form“.
Frank Lloyd Wright
The American architect did an impressive job when designing the pieces for his own home, and this is one of the examples!
“The Fayland product family was designed by David Chipperfield in collaboration with the furniture manufacturer e15 and comprises a dining table, a coffee table, a bench, a stool and a sideboard. All items of the family are made from solid wood“. A clear and elegant design piece that makes us understand why his work is so acclaimed.
When speaking about the biggest names of interior design in the world, there is one name that immediately pops up! And it’s Kelly Hoppen! Her design piece reflect simplicity in details, and her signature is definitely “Neutral palettes, beautiful textures and an East meets West aesthetic. The Ottoman bench is one of the highlights of her collection”.
Zaha Hadid Design is characterized by a contemporary design with an unique twist! It’s amazing how you can travel in time with its pieces, since you feel that you’re one step ahead, however with the feeling that you have never left the present. At the latest edition of Maison et Objet, the brand “showcased its latest collection featuring innovative trays“.
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