6 Design Collabs With Art Deco Flair That Merit A Standing Ovation


The show must go on for creatives and their latest collaborations.

yellow and white stripped animal print rug

The Rug Company x Martin Brudinziki

A dream partnership between two British powerhouses, Martin Brudnizki’s New Romantic collection of rugs is a celebration of some of the designer’s favorite motifs, like architectural patterns, linear stripes and painterly animal prints. The Folly Rug, shown here and described as exuding “joyful hedonism,” is woven of luxurious Tibetan wool and silk and flaunts a gold leopard and balustrade design. therugcompany.com

art deco screen divider

Poltrona Frau x Gamfratesi

In the recent collection between the Italian leather house and design duo Stine Gam and Enrico Fratesi, the Plot leather and metal modular room dividers offer both a retro reference along with a newfound, modern-day functionality. Available in six colors, the weaving technique allows both transparency and pattern while creating “an awareness and curiosity of space and time.” poltronafrau.com

camille pendant light

Holly Hunt x Atelier Alain Ellouz

Alabaster and rock crystal are the materials of choice for French lighting studio Atelier Alain Ellouz, and it’s those features that caught the attention of Holly Hunt. On display in a number of showrooms, the partnership is sure to shepherd alabaster into America’s design vernacular. All handmade, the Camille Pendant Light’s simple, sculptural form is reminiscent of Greco-Roman architecture and allows for the natural material to shine. hollyhunt.com

wood Adele Console table

Niermann Weeks x Katalin Farnady

Old-world architectural details, Art Deco influences and geometric forms are the reference points for Katalin Farnady’s first-time collaboration with furniture manufacturer (and fellow Marylander) Niermann Weeks. The flat-backed wood Adele Console table flaunts a glossy finish, and the piece’s three distinct curves represents each of the designer’s three daughters. niermannweeks.com

Industry West x United Strangers

Petite, yet impactful, the Malibu Side Table embodies Australian-based United Strangers’ design ethos of bringing together different materials and cultures to create pieces that are fresh, exciting and sustainable. Designed exclusively for U.S. retailer Industry West’s discerning clientele, the versatile side table is situated on a polished stainless-steel base and topped with a green and orange Turkish marble. industrywest.com

brushed brass moonlight chandelier

Roll & Hill x Lara Bohinc

Staying true to the belief that lighting is jewelry for a room, it was natural for the Brooklyn-based Roll & Hill to tap Lara Bohinc, a London designer with a degree in metalwork and jewelry, to create a line of exquisite lighting pieces. The brushed-brass design of the Moonrise Chandelier—inspired by the many phases of the moon—is wired with LED cables to allow the acrylic spheres to glow. rollandhill.com