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Lorin Marsh

Lorin Marsh

The idea behind the brand was to have a high-end accessories showroom that displayed an eclectic mix of decorative items for the home. Up until this point, if designers wished to shop for home accessories their options consisted of shopping at department stores or buying accessories in bulk.

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Charlotte Perriand

Charlotte Perriand

Like many designers at the time the second world war had major influence on her and her career as a designer. In 1940 she was invited by the Japanese ministry to help industrialize Japanese art production for the West. Working with many local materials including bamboo, woven straw, fabric, lacquer, and pine, she would hold a modernist approach. Eventually she would develop a more feminine, organic look combining traditional and modern design elements.

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GIO PONTI

GIO PONTI

What began with porcelain, glassware, and silverware, would eventually transition into furniture lines. His venture into furniture began when he founded The Labirinto group, which would go on to release a furniture collection…

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Paul McCobb

Paul McCobb

Paul McCobb was one of the world’s most influential Mid-Century Modern designers. A Boston native, McCobb studied drawing and painting at the Vesper George School of Art in Boston. Instead of graduating, he enlisted in the army where he served for a short time before...

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Stéphane Boudin

Stéphane Boudin

In the late 1960’s, Boudin would take on one of his most famous projects. Commissioned by Jackie Kennedy, he was tasked with renovating and redesigning several rooms in the White House. Jackie Kennedy wanted the redesign to include historical and international inspiration. Being that Boudin was the ‘master of French design’…

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Pierre Jeanneret

Pierre Jeanneret

Jeanneret used inexpensive, locally sourced teak to design his highly sought after chairs. The bug and humidity resistant teak material could weather the hot and humid climate of the city. He would also use locally sourced bamboo, iron rod, rope, cotton and upholstery.

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Philip & Kelvin Laverne

Philip & Kelvin Laverne

While Philip was more concerned with the materials and graphic elements, Kelvin focused on the shape and form of their masterpieces…

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