Gabrielle Golenda

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Specsheet >The next big names in furniture design

Here is a selection of new furnishings by talented young designers, new collaborations, and mom-and-pop design studios. Hurdle Family by Dowel Jones  Young Melbourne design studio Dowel Jones makes furniture based on an interest in simplifying objects without compromising on aesthetic values. With this in mind, they strove to…
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Specsheet > Objects of Common Space: Residential Furniture

Residential furnishings that range from the mundane to the otherworldly—here is a selection of new furniture that physically and conceptually reinvigorates traditional and expected forms. Kreten Side Table Souda Industrial, organic, and sculptural, each of these side tables is completely unique. Original pieces designed by Isaac Friedman-Heiman are created…
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Specsheet > Handles With Care

Handles, pulls, and knobs are the gatekeepers to what’s inside. Their appearance alone sets the tone for what you might expect to find in a drawer or behind a door. This hardware is as aesthetically pleasing as it is functional. The Dots Muuto Oval Door Pull Sawkille Co.
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Specsheet > Luminous, sustainable pavers and decks

Pavers and decks are increasingly attractive, interactive, and environmentally sustainable, while easily withstanding open-air foot traffic. E_STREET Edilgres This collection of porcelain stoneware pavers is extremely durable, excellent for high-traffic areas such as commercial interiors and pool decks. These tiles are available in five colors and come in three…
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An interview with Ineke Hans on the future of furniture design

Dutch furniture designer Ineke Hans works from London with her Holland-based studio to lead international manufacturers on projects that explore the future of furniture design. With works in museum collections and participation in furniture fairs and symposiums around the world, she has built a body of work that…
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A couple’s lifelong George Nakashima collection on auction at Freeman’s

Known as perhaps the most diverse collections of works by George Nakashima, the Roth Collection chronicles a relationship that one family forged over three decades with the artist. The George Nakashima Roth collection recalls the family's intimate visits with the artist to select furniture for their home—and now they are…
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Specsheet > Aesthetic Outdoor Furniture Built To Last

New street furniture that is as aesthetically pleasing as its residential counterparts – these options can survive all four seasons with ease. Outdoor Collection SP01 Designed by Australian designer Tom Fereday and made in Italy, SP01's outdoor collection comprises an elegant series of powder-coated bent-steel wire chairs, small and…
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Specsheet > Ephemeral Outdoor Lighting

Outdoor lighting not only provides safety—it also changes the overall look of a space. These open-air fixtures create an atmospheric mise-en-scène. Solar Foscarini Designed by Jean-Marie Massaud for Foscarini, this outdoor light (pictured above) also acts as a surface to place drinks on or gather around. Made with a…
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Specsheet > The smartest smart-building systems

NEST CAM IQ indoor Nest This indoor security camera has a 6-core processor that has the ability to do things like tell a person from a thing. It can recognize faces and has HDR with invisible infrared LEDs that evenly illuminate an entire whole room. Security alerts are sent…