Here is the latest edition to our collection, the Lux Sofa by ERA Interiors. This particular model features a dark gray velvet fabric and an oak base with a cerused finish. It measures 32″ deep x 28″ tall x 7’6″ wide.
Last summer an architect in the city hired us to design and creat this is mid century custom console based on a smaller, different design by Monteverdi Young. This piece by ERA Interiors features a single drawer, solid mahogany wood and a light finish. The dimensions are 96″ long x 15″ deep by 30″ tall.
We just completed a Robsjohn Gibbings inspired walnut X Base Dining Table for an interior designer from Westchester. This table can seat six comfortably and eight with the leaf, extending the width of the table 20″ from 72″ without the leaf to 92″ with the leaf. We provided the client with shop drawings prior to production and a finish sample before completing the hand polish finish. We’ve created several Robsjohn Gibbings inspired pieces including dressers, lounge chairs, and a Jean Michel Frank X Base Desk.
T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings furniture design was inspired by the classic forms of the Ancient Greek style and interpreted with a contemporary twist from the mid-twentieieth century. This is a pair of custom lounge chairs we created for a client in New York City. They are made out of solid white oak and upholstered with a natural linen fabric. As per the client’s request, the front legs were modified and the seat height is 36″. To read more about Robsjohn Gibbings click here
Modern Furniture features simple geometrical lines with plain surfaces. Some of the most well known Modernist designers include Jean Prouve, Pierre Chareau, Pierre Jeanneret, Charlotte Perriand, Alvar Aalto and Le Corbusier . Modern designers combined a functional, linear and proportional approach to furniture, where the structural elements are the most important to the aesthetic look of the piece of furniture.
Here’s a pair of mid century modern dressers we completed for a client in the West Village. Designs of the 40s and 50s often exhibited a lighter, more playful appearance highlighting the optimism of the era. Form should follow function was often the mantra during this time period.
Here is another version of the T. H. Robsjohn-Gibbings we created for a client in East Hampton, Long Island. The house is located on the beach and they wanted light, modern lounge chairs for their living room. These chairs are popular with many different interior design styles and we have done different versions of it. To see other options see here and here.