Collection by Marianne Colahan

You'll Fall in Love with the Artful Woodwork of Designer Aaron Poritz

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Splitting time between Brooklyn, New York and Managua, Nicaragua, Aaron Poritz designs and creates furniture and accessories that are meant to endure. His architecture studies at the California College of the Arts instilled in him the principles of sustainability, which continues to inform Poritz’s designs today. Many of his designs are made from hurricane-felled lumber and local materials from Nicaragua.

The Segal Coffee Table was designed for someone that appreciates thoughtful organization—it features a lower shelf that...
The Abner Toolbox takes a necessary household accessory and makes it into a work of art.
The Carlisle Desk was originally designed for the Reverend Christopher Carlisle, an avid writer and modernist.
The Albers Stool was originally designed as a sitting stool for the Josef and Anni Albers foundation gallery.
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