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01.21.2009
Fittings and Furniture

Price Center, Albert Einstein College of Medicine by Payette with Valley City Architectural Furniture
Robert Benson Photography

 

CARPET & TEXTILE 

Edelman Leather
979 3rd Ave., New York
212-751-3339
www.edelmanleather.com 

Interface
404 Park Ave. South, New York
212-994-9994
www.interfaceflor.com

National Interiors
145 Palisade St.
Dobbs Ferry, NY
914-478-9200
www.nationalinteriorsinc.com 

Shaw Floors
616 East Walnut Ave.
Dalton, GA
800-441-7429
www.shawfloors.com 

CONSULTANTS

Ferguson Cox Associates
1410 Ridge Rd.
North Haven, CT
203-288-6223

WB Wood
100 5th Ave., New York
212-206-9500
www.wbwood.com

FURNITURE

Dune
88 Franklin St., New York
212-925-6171
www.dune-ny.com

Geiger International
6095 Fulton Industrial Blvd. SW
Atlanta, GA
800-444-8812
www.hmgeiger.com

HBF
900 12th St. Dr. NW
Hickory, NC
828-328-2064
www.hbf.com 

Karl Glave
738 Grand St., Brooklyn
212-920-9959

KI
71 W. 23rd St., New York
212-337-9909
www.ki.com

Knoll
76 9th Ave., New York
800-343-5665
www.knoll.com

MOB A.S.
Buyukdere Caddesi 173
Levent Pl. 13, levent 34330
Istanbul, Turkey
+90-212-3243-600

Moroso dba Unifor
146 Greene St., New York
212-334-7222
www.moroso.it
www.unifor.it

Poltrona Frau
141 Wooster St., New York
212-777-7592
www.poltronafrau.com

RG Furniture Design
410 17th St., Brooklyn
917-860-0980
www.rgfurnituredesign.com

Tomas Daskam
646-436-0583

Valley City Architectural
Furniture
64 Hatt St.
Dundas, Ontario
Canada
905-628-2253
www.valleycity.com

HARDWARE

FSB USA
1 Bishop Ln.
Madison, CT
202-404-4700
www.fsbusa.com

Häfele
25 East 26th St., New York
800-423-3531
www.hafele.com/us

Rixson
1902 Airport Rd.
Monroe, NC
704-283-2101
www.rixson.com

Sargent
100 Sargent Dr.
New Haven, CT
800-727-5477
www.sargentlock.com 

Von Duprin
2720 Tobey Dr.
Indianapolis, IN
800-999-0408
www.vonduprin.com

KITCHEN & BATH

AF New York
22 W. 21st St., New York
212-243-5400
www.afsupply.com

Bulthaup
578 Broadway, New York
212-966-7183
www.bulthaup.com

Clivus Multrum
15 Union St.
Lawrence, MA
978-725-5591
www.clivusmultrum.com

Dornbracht
5 Tudor City Pl., New York
212-867-9065
www.dornbracht.com

Duravit
105 Madison Ave., New York
212-686-0033
www.duravit.us

Harbour Food Service Equipment
229 Marginal St.
Chelsea, MA
617-884-3900
www.harbourfood.com 

John Boos + Co.
315 S. 1st St.
Effingham, IL
217-347-7701
www.johnboos.com

Poggenpohl
150 East 58th St., New York
212-355-3666
www.poggenpohlusa.com

Sam Tell & Son
300 Smith St.
Farmingdale, NY
800-510-7505
www.samtell.com

Waterworks
469 Broome St., New York
212-966-0605
www.waterworks.com

 

 


chelsea modern by audrey matlock architect with mob a.s.
 
COURTESY ama
 

 “Karl Glave makes beautiful handcrafted wood furniture to detailed specifications. He gives lots of attention to each project and guides you along the potentials of traditional wood fabrication.”
Bradley Horn
BermanHornStudio

“The JWT offices were very complex in terms of furniture. WB Wood and project manager Denise Daur were critical teammates who understood the local conditions and did all of the procurement and installations.”
Neil Muntzel
Clive Wilkinson Architects 

MOB A.S. can do an entire interior finish. They do lights, beds, cabinetry—everything. They’re a one-stop shop. At the Chelsea Modern, they did the cabinets. They’re very good, and because they’re in Turkey, the pricing is right. They do work all over the world, so they’re very capable.”
Audrey Matlock
Audrey Matlock Architect

“The casework design at Albert Einstein was executed wonderfully by Valley City. They bring a high level of craft to the work they do. It’s adaptable and flexible enough to accommodate changing research.”
Chris Baylow
Payette

“Everyone does plated brass or aluminum, but Dornbracht offered nickel silver, even on pieces they don’t normally do because of the scale and nature of the project. It was perfect for the modern-but-traditional look we were after at Guerlain’s Waldorf Astoria Spa.”
Christopher King
AC Martin


queens botanical garden visitor and administration center by bksk architects with shaw floors
 
COURTESY bksk
 
 

“At Bank of America we did work with one consultant that we don’t always use: a furniture consultant, Ferguson Cox Associates. We also worked with them on the New York Times Building. They bring a lot of value and support, not only with coordination and installation, which is no small task, but they also bring intelligence to the team in terms of offering furniture from a design point of view.”
Rocco Giannetti
Gensler

Shaw Floors’ cradle-to-cradle products hit all the notes on sustainability at the Queens Botanical Garden. It was as if the garden came right into the conference room.”
Julia Nelson
BKSK Architects