Our New Vendor Lineup for 2018
The hallmark of Fisher Weisman, as described in the New York Times Sunday Magazine, is “drop dead, big city chic.” Andrew Fisher and Jeffry Weisman blend unbridled imagination and a unique artistic sensibility with a highly-restrained design approach and attention to detail. The interiors and furnishings they conceive are individual, enduring and memorable.
After buying and renovating an 18th–century home in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, Fisher and Weisman were inspired to create a line of handcrafted furniture, lighting and accessories, working with the extraordinary craftspeople they discovered in the process. Originally named Casa Acanto, after their home in San Miguel, the Fisher Weisman Collection is offered in fine showrooms in the United States and Mexico.
Having worked in fashion and interiors with leading international designers, partners Tim Butcher and Lizzie Deshayes established handmade interiors house Fromental in 2005 aiming to make the world’s most beautiful wallpapers, fabrics and accessories.
Combining the finest skills together with luxurious fabrics, our distinctly British style blends historic classicism with the cutting-edge cool of London’s fashion scene to create contemporary, timeless interiors. The creative team is a collaboration of talented designers and craftsmen from London and China.
Michelle Pereira, a California native and lifelong artist, has been designing textiles, apparel and home accessories since 1997. Her main focus is on surface design, with her line of fabrics available to interior designers and architects. “I am very interested in how people (the interior designer) transform my fabric into something inspired.”
Erinn V. designs and crafts bespoke, bench-made furniture in Los Angeles. The company was founded 11 years ago by Erinn Valencich, the granddaughter of a fine cabinetmaker and daughter of an architect, out of a passion for beautiful furnishings. The collection is an intricate blend of materials, design and art, based on old world tradition and enhanced by modern technology.
Justin Van Breda leads the company with his creative vision for an updated English aesthetic and is based in London, having moved from South Africa in 1999 and worked for Nicky Haslam as creative director before founding his own line of furniture and fabrics.
Bramalta is a company for designers. As technology is making products that were once considered the hallmark of the design professional available to everyone, Bramalta was created to counter this "commoditization" in the design industry. With a fresh take on traditional patterns from diverse cultures Bramalta's designs are easily personalized with quick turnarounds and low minimums through the harnessing of new technology. Bramalta offers the design professional the ability to distinguish their work and allow them to offer clients the ultimate luxury - a highly personalized environment.
Katherine Wildt O’Brien is the founder of Matthew Studios and President of Matthew Studios Inc. Katherine began her career at a boutique interior design firm on Madison Avenue, and worked with a celebrity roster of clients. Here she developed a keen understanding of integrating fine art, custom furniture and lighting on large scale interior projects.
She then went on to work for one of the premiere Knoll furniture dealer’s in New York until being recruited into lighting by LucePlan NY, and Kartell USA where she worked in sales for several years.
Later she signed on with Baldinger to globally oversee sales and marketing. Here she assisted with the production and launch of the collections of esteemed designers Michael Graves, Finlandia Collection (Alvar Aalto)and Andre Putman among others. The experience was invaluable, and equipped her with hands on knowledge of lighting design, production and custom fabrication. At this time, she was also introduced to a bevy of local skilled hand-painters, sculptors, glass makers, and metal fabricators. After Baldinger, Katherine helped to establish Oxygen Lighting, where she was instrumental in developing the collection’s design point of view and sales direction.