• Artek
    @artek
    Artek was founded in 1935 by four young idealists, Alvar and Aino Aalto, Maire Gullichsen, and Nils-Gustav Hahl. The business idea of the company was "to sell furniture and to promote a modern culture of habitation by exhibitions and other educational means." The founders of Artek advocated a new kind of environment for everyday life. They believed in a grand synthesis of the arts and wanted to make a difference in town planning, as well as architecture and design. Today, Artek is renowned as being one of the most innovative contributors to modern design, building on the heritage of Alvar Aalto. Functionality and timeless aesthetics are the essential elements in the creation of every product that bears the Artek name. Artek's comprehensive furniture system is based on the original idea of standards and systems, which has its origin from Alvar Aalto's L-system. The standard and system thinking makes the furniture range versatile and allows it to be customized for individual projects. Artek's furniture can be found in various types of spaces; from public spaces to homes, museums to schools, and hotels to offices.
  • Edition Modern
    @editionmodern
    US manufacturer of the Pierre Chareau Lighting Collection to include floor, table, desk lamps, sconces, pendants, and chandeliers. Hand-crafted with great care utilizing sustainable materials, including genuine alabaster. Custom work is also available.
  • Artware Editions
    @artware_editions
    WHAT WE DO: Artware Editions opened its doors in 2006 in the heart of New York City’s West Village neighborhood. Since our inception, we have specialized in collaborating with visual artists to produce design objects and are proud to be the only gallery dedicated solely to this theme. The pieces we carry vary widely in medium and function and have only two criteria in common: utility, and a strong visual and conceptual connection to the artists' larger bodies of work. Recent examples include a custom fragrance with Kiki Smith (in production); a Rococo-style mantel clock by Kehinde Wiley (in production); an acrylic console table by Markus Linnenbrink; an entry bench by Helen Mirra; juice glasses by Roy McMakin; silver cutlery by John Gerrard; and table lamps by Katrín Sigurdardóttir. We also feature a thoughtfully curated selection of the best artist-designed functional pieces from around the world, including furniture by Donald Judd; porcelain tableware by Cindy Sherman, John Chamberlain and Arman; a table centerpiece by Roy Lichtenstein; glass canisters by Kara Walker; a sushi platter by Jenny Holzer; and a daybed by Rachel Whiteread. Finally, we are pleased to offer Yves Klein's seminal pigment or gold-leaf filled plexiglass tables for which we work with the artist's estate directly. WHO WE ARE: Rebecca Kong has a background in the academic and gallery-side of the art world. After receiving her MA from The University of Chicago in art history and philosophy, she was Director at Alan Koppel Gallery and then Donald Young Gallery where she worked with such prestigious artists as Gary Hill, Bruce Nauman and Richard Serra, and published on the work of Rodney Graham. She then moved to New York City where she was Director at Peter Freeman Gallery and it was there that she met Mr. Tomlinson. The rest is history. Jon Tomlinson has a diverse background in the arts ranging from owning his own gallery in New York City to working at the largest youth center in the country overseeing an arts/literacy program pairing artists with inner city youth to create photography exhibitions. Prior to moving to New York City, Jon owned Flipside Arts in San Francisco, which specialized in collaborating with mostly Bay Area artists to create functional objects, thus beginning his fascination in the field. He returned to this interest as Director of A/D Gallery in New York City before opening Artware Editions with Rebecca Kong. He has a BA in English literature and philosophy after studying at Michigan State University and Roehampton Institute in London.
  • Printed Editions
    @printededitions
    Printed Editions Website URL: https://www.printed-editions.com/ Address: Handel House, 95 High Street, Edgware, Middlesex, HA8 7DB, United Kingdom State Phone: +44 (0)7785 303487 Email address: info@printed-editions.com Hours of operation mon-fri 24HR Sat 24HR Sun 24HR https://www.facebook.com/printededitions/ BUY LIMITED EDITION PRINTS AND ARTWORKS FROM LEADING GALLERIES
  • Chevalier Edition
    @chevalier_edition
    Launched in November 2008 by Camille Chevalier alongside her brother Nicolas, managing director of Chevalier Conservation, and her father Pierre, expert and advisor, Chevalier Edition presents a genuine alternative to what is currently available in the world of rugs. The aim and wish of Chevalier edition is to reproduce an authentic age old tradition and technique, where all rugs are hand-knotted, into a contemporary artistic expression to offer a high-quality and creative range of rugs. This new offer is a continuation of the tradition and know-how of the family firm Chevalier Conservation (since 1918) and respects the same values of innovation and tradition.
  • Andrew Hall Editions
    @andrewhalleditions
    Photographic images for commissions and interiors
  • Jillian Burt
    @editions_ballard
    Engineering. Architectsture. Mid century modern. Robotics
  • William James Baker
    @williamjbaker
    Architecture Director, The Agency Beverly Hills Specializing in the sale of historic and architecturally significant homes across Southern California, William Baker has represented iconic properties designed by Rudolph Schindler, Richard Neutra, Ray Kappe, A. Quincy Jones and Douglas Rucker, among others. Together with his business partner Brian Linder, William is widely considered an expert in the field. He is proud to bring his professional and personal passions, as well as integrity, to The Agency. An excellent negotiator with an impeccable eye for detail, William is passionate about connecting clients with the right property while identifying the next steward for L.A.’s most treasured architectural homes. Throughout his life, William’s clients, associates, friends and family have looked to, leaned on, and trusted him for his opinion, whether in need of his practical, aesthetic, emotional or ethical advice. His decades of sales, marketing and design experience have equipped him with the skills and know-how to deftly meet and exceed the needs of a discerning clientele. William’s sold listings have been featured in Architectural Digest, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Forbes, USA Today, The Today Show, Good Morning America, Inside Edition, and many more. William moved to the Golden State from Chicago in the early 2000s to lead West Coast sales for an international design firm, with whom he had worked for nearly 20 years. With a keen eye and interest in classic modern architecture, William searched for the perfect home in several Southern California counties, settling in L.A.’s eastside community of Montecito Heights. His 1962 John L. Pugsley AIA-designed home was one of five residences selected for the 2018 Dwell on Design home tour and serves as a beautiful beacon of midcentury design in the unique hillside community, tucked between Downtown and Pasadena. Since buying his dream property, William has sought out and soaked up everything L.A. has to offer—from its eclectic real estate to its diverse culture, art, music, beer, food, fashion and fun. A native of Detroit, on weekends and warm summer evenings you can find him wringing out a German car (he’s bought and sold more than 60 of them), running, biking and hiking around the Arroyo, Rose Bowl, Griffith Park, Santa Monica mountains, or hanging out at Debs Park, just steps from his front door. William serves on the Board of Directors of the Heritage Square Museum in Los Angeles, is a member of the Los Angeles Conservancy, and will soon celebrate his 20-year anniversary as a member of the Porsche Club of America.
  • Guy Roy
    @guyroy8521
    50's house, 60' house modern
  • Mark Rakes
    @mrakes
    Pithy Statement (dwell edition)
  • Joey Skibel Photography/ Fine Art Prints
    @joeyskibel
    Fine Art/Large Format/Limited Edition Prints
  • Design House Stockholm
    @designhousestockholm
    Design House Stockholm is a publishing house for contemporary Scandinavian design, with products ranging from furniture to fashion, lighting, tableware and limited studio editions.
  • Seibert Architects
    @seibert_architects
    Seibert Architects is a Florida corporation with over 60 years of experience in architecture, interiors and planning. Since their establishment in 1955, they have been recognized as a leader of the Sarasota School.
  • Jessika Cardinahl
    @jessikacardinahl
    Original artwork, limited-edition prints, and sculptures.
  • Irene Adams
    @wwwjoretrosouhrnstyle
    Vintage lover and reseller. Love all things from the 50, 60 and 70's!
  • Third Drawer Down
    @third_drawer_down
    Third Drawer Down and The Museum of Art Souvenirs Store is a storefront museum and place of trade in Fitzroy, Australia. Assembling a curated array of art and designer products, the store functions as both showroom, design studio, museum and retail space with objects either hand picked from various popular cultural contexts or made by Third Drawer Down for leading Museums around the world. The Museum of Art Souvenirs Store is nestled behind a graffiti tagged garage door and is Australia’s only trading museum. It’s like visiting all the best museum stores in one spot, and shipped everywhere (even to the moon). Our eccentric and witty taste of products by artists/designers and niche brands include crayon rocks, chocolate pie charts, giant corn cob stools, children’s art supplies, limited edition textiles, bed linens and publications that question the mainstream conditions under which art and culture are bought and sold.