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Sutherland Furniture Enhances the Plateau Collection

Posted on January 26th, 2021

David Sutherland - Plateau Collection

 The Bonetti | Kozerski designed collection receives sophisticated update 

 Dallas, Texas – October 26, 2020 — Sutherland Furniture, the preeminent provider of luxury outdoor furniture, has expanded the Plateau Collection, which originally debuted in 2017. Designed by the highly acclaimed duo Enrico Bonetti and Dominic Kozerski of Bonetti | Kozerski Architecture DPC, Plateau reflects the pair’s unique aesthetic of understated luxury. For Fall 2020, Sutherland added four beautifully minimalistic pieces: an armless sofa, dining side chair, right arm facing daybed, and rectangular dining table. 

True to form in regards to scale and presence, the new Plateau pieces highlight Sutherland’s attention to detail by selecting solid teak of Grade A quality. Ensuring color consistency and strength Plateau is a result of fluid design and exquisite craftsmanship. The Plateau Armless Sofa is simple yet inviting with a modern twist. Enrico Bonetti states, “We wanted to make the functional role of every piece evident, to create something of such scale and volume that it becomes as much an architectural installation as it is a piece of furniture.” 

The 2017 Plateau Collection featured a left arm facing daybed, so the Sutherland team balanced it with a newly released Right Arm Facing Daybed/Sofa. As with the original design, the daybed is a remarkable feat of construction, seamlessly fusing expansive pieces of solid teak to form an effortless design. “The wood joinery used in the collection is a distinction in and of itself,” adds Dominic Kozerski. “Rather than the traditional wood joints used in most pieces of furniture, the Plateau collection is built to achieve high strength while still looking seamlessly fused together.” 

Embellishing the Plateau dining options are a dining side chair and rectangular dining table. The Plateau Dining Side Chair reflects the honesty in the Bonetti | Kozerski design with bold teak architectural lines. A departure from Plateau’s pure teak designs, the Plateau 120” Rectangular Dining Table is accented with a stunning slab of Carrara Marble. The combination of the marble’s blue-grey veins and the teak’s natural grain results in a striking modern design ideal for grand contemporary outdoor spaces. 

“The pieces are elegant, sculptural and impressive forces of scale, and they embody the fundamentals of holistic design in an extraordinarily inventive way,” says David Sutherland, Founder of Sutherland Furniture. 

The Plateau Collection is available to interior designers and architects through David Sutherland Showrooms and representatives throughout the US and abroad. To view the full collection, visit www.sutherlandfurniture.com. High-res images are available upon request. 

About Bonetti / Kozerski 

Italian Architect Enrico Bonetti and British Architect Dominic Kozerski founded their Studio in New York in 2000. 

By applying their European backgrounds to sophisticated projects for strong personalities (Ian Schrager, André Balazs, Donna Karan and Diego Della Valle are some of their clients) the duo achieved what has been described “…an aesthetic of understated luxury. Their style is more of a sense: that of calm and warmth, evident only in the delicate interplay of space and light.” 

Alternating private residential projects with retail branding has helped to establish a very unique approach that brings together elements of both worlds creating unique and unexpected solutions. 

About Perennials and Sutherland, LLC 

The Perennials and Sutherland, LLC companies are icons and acknowledged leaders in the international design industry. David Sutherland and Ann Sutherland share an ingenious talent for creating the finest interior and exterior collections of luxury furniture, fabrics, rugs and accessories. Based in Dallas, Texas, the company is comprised of Sutherland Furniture, Perennials Luxury Performance Fabrics and David Sutherland Showrooms. 

Sutherland Furniture is a world leader in luxury outdoor furniture for modern lifestyles. The company has created the preeminent furniture brand through partnerships with the world’s leading designers. View the full collections at sutherlandfurniture.com. 

David Sutherland Showrooms are full-service, multi-line showrooms which serve the professional design market across the world. David Sutherland Showrooms and Sutherland Perennials Studios are located in New York, Dallas, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Dania, London, San Francisco, Atlanta, Laguna Niguel, Seattle, Scottsdale, Santa Fe, Denver, Las Vegas, Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, Boston, Paris, Munich, and Mexico City. For more information, visit davidsutherlandshowroom.com. 

Perennials Fabrics® is recognized by interior designers and high-end retail customers as the leader in luxury performance fabrics. Perennials Fabrics® and Perennials Luxury Performance Rugs combine the look and feel of high-quality, natural materials with the superior performance properties of their genuine 100% solution-dyed acrylic fiber technology. View the full collections at perennialsfabrics.com. 

Zoffany Introduces the Queen Square Collection

Posted on January 25th, 2021

Produced in collaboration with highly sought after interior designer, Ben Pentreath, the Queen Square collection features iconic Morris & Co. designs in striking new colors reminiscent of the 60s.

Ben said, “I’ve loved the William Morris archive for as long as I can remember; but one of the recurring themes for me is the beautiful colorways developed by Sanderson in the 1960s. If, like me, you’re old enough to remember everyone’s houses in the 70s and early 80s decorated with seagrass squares on the floor and William Morris on the walls and the sofa, you’ll understand the deep nostalgia and sense of a slightly simpler time that these patterns evoke. There is a sense of comfort and happiness in these fabrics and patterns that could not be more relevant today.”


Weitzner Introduces the Making Our Mark Collection

Posted on January 21st, 2021

Pollack & Weitzner - Making Our Mark

JANUARY 2021 (NEW YORK, NY) — As the world changes at an unprecedented pace, innovations can make life more efficient but oftentimes at the expense of human touch. As we embrace this new frontier, there is also a desire for more individualization. That means so many creatives—from fine artists to poets, novice and professional alike—are in the midst of a renaissance right now.

Making Our Mark, Weitzner’s Spring 2021 introduction, celebrates that personal expression and personal character. Through sketches of textures, symbols, doodles, words and writings created in the Lori Weitzner studio, these unique imprints became muse as the team created the latest collection of textiles and wallcoverings. All with the hope of connecting our human spirits.

Cole & Son Introduces Seville at Lee Jofa

Posted on January 21st, 2021

Inspired by centuries of unique historic beauty, Cole & Son’s newest collection Seville captivates with its vibrant botanicals and sun-drenched antique palettes. This collection of diverse wallcovering brings the liveliness of southern Spain to an interior with architectural, flora and tile motifs. Make an appointment with the showroom to see more of this beautiful collection.

Clarence House introduces Akasaka: Woodblock Design Fabrics

Posted on January 13th, 2021

Clarence House Spring 2021 Collection - Akasaka wood block print fabric


Clarence House is introducing their Spring 2021 collection which includes Akasaka, an original hand-block design created by Kazumi Yoshida.

New elaborate woodblock designs are rare. In this production method, each step is completely hand crafted, from carving the individual blocks to printing the fabric. Akasaka is inspired by the intertwinings of different cultures. The flowers are drawn in a western style, but it has the undeniable influence of Japanese woodblock prints. This pattern is unique and exquisite, offering an experience when admiring all of the hard work that went into creating it.

Akasaka Link: https://clarencehouse.com/fabric/4127503/akasaka-hand-block/natural

KingsHaven Opens Lighting Showroom in Decoration & Design Building

Posted on December 9th, 2020

KingsHaven showroom at the Decoration & Design Building (DDB).

National lighting brand launches new showroom with Customization Workroom concept in New York City.

New York – Oct. 6, 2020 – KingsHaven, a national retailer and maker of artisan-quality lighting, furniture and accessories, announced today the opening of its new lighting showroom at the Decoration & Design Building (DDB), a top-rated, trade-focused design center in New York City’s Manhattan borough. The KingsHaven showroom opened to design professionals Oct. 5, 2020, with a wide range of ready-to-ship light fixtures and custom lighting options through the company’s Customization Workroom concept.

Displayed throughout the showroom are inspirational lighting displays featuring chandeliers, pendants, sconces, lamps, lanterns, semi-flush and flush-mount fixtures, and other lighting choices for interiors and outdoor spaces. Designers can collaborate with the KingsHaven showroom lighting design team to create custom light fixtures in any size, style, color, and finish to accomplish their residential and commercial project needs.

“The launch of our lighting showroom at the prestigious Decoration & Design Building is the realization of our national team’s enthusiasm for highly unique, handcrafted light fixtures,” said Lauren Wylonis, chief executive officer, founder and lead designer with KingsHaven.

Lauren Wylonis, KingsHaven chief executive officer, founder and lead designer, and Andrew Raemsch, KingsHaven national sales director and New York showroom manager.

Lauren Wylonis, KingsHaven chief executive officer, founder and lead designer, and Andrew Raemsch, KingsHaven national sales director and New York showroom manager.

Best known for its artistic lighting made of hand-forged iron, exotic woods and finely selected materials, and an expansive ability for customization, KingsHaven chose the DDB for its new showroom to serve as an easy access point and a mindful design resource for designers seeking distinctive lighting for challenging installations.

KingsHaven has named Andrew Raemsch as its new national sales director and New York showroom manager. Raemsch has more than 25 years of experience in the design industry, demonstrating expertise in sales management, regional account management, merchandising, new business development, and interior design. He graduated from Parsons School of Design.

The showroom represents the company’s first, permanent product showcase in New York City, creating a new destination for designers to discover and experience the brand’s lighting collections. The showroom will offer complimentary lighting plan consultation, custom-design lighting through the KingsHaven Customization Workroom, detailed product specifications, and expedited ordering and shipping support to streamline lighting solutions for designers, architects, design-build professionals, and other specifiers.

KingsHaven showroom at the Decoration & Design Building (DDB).

KingsHaven showroom at the Decoration & Design Building (DDB).

“New York City, like KingsHaven, has an appreciation for art, creativity and cutting-edge design, which is why we feel as though our lighting can be showcased to its full potential at this location. We look forward to working with designers at the showroom, and continuing to do so virtually, to help bring their detailed project visions to life,” said Wylonis.

The showroom staff will offer scheduled lighting consultation appointments in the new space with social distancing guidelines. Virtual meetings through Zoom and phone consultations are also available upon request.

KingsHaven’s new DDB showroom precedes the fall 2020 official debut of the company’s first lighting installation at High Point Market in partnership with home furnishings brand Woodbridge Furniture. KingsHaven’s flagship design showroom and retail store is located west of Philadelphia in the Mainline suburbs.

The new KingsHaven showroom is located at 979 Third Ave., Suite 402, New York, N.Y. 10022. Hours of operation are Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. ET.


About KingsHaven:

KingsHaven is a national maker and retailer of artisan lighting, furniture and accessories made of hand-forged iron, exotic woods and finely selected materials. The company, based on the Philadelphia Main Line and in New York City, and shown at Woodbridge Furniture, High Point, is a trusted resource of transitional and contemporary lighting designs, rife with extraordinary details and uncompromising craftsmanship. The KingsHaven Workroom trade program offers access to the brand’s entire product catalog at exclusive trade pricing and the ability to easily customize orders in virtually any color, size or style. Designers can collaborate with KingsHaven to create one-of-a-kind light fixtures and lighting plans from concept to completion. www.KingsHaven.com

DDB Fall Market 2017 – The Power of Storytelling; People, Product, Process

Posted on October 24th, 2017

Whimsy Y blue

STORIES UNFOLD. From heritage brands, steeped in tradition, still handcrafting products with centuries old techniques to emerging start-ups, disrupting the industry with innovation, every brand, person and product has a story to tell. Join the showrooms of the D&D Building along with luminaries, celebrities and brand experts who have harnessed the power of storytelling to evolve their craft and infuse richly layered romanticism into their projects. Over the course of two information-filled days – comprised of six Keynote Events, 20 In-Showroom Programs, two Special Events, one Special Program, three Cocktail Receptions and 114 Open Houses – guests will discover the value these narratives can bring to their projects; how the ever-evolving design community shares their stories today in the digital space; and how thoughtful design can express a client’s unique individuality without saying a word. Storytelling is an art. Design is a story.

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Photography by Andrea Fischman Photography