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Mathematic Precision in Statement Design

 

Mathematic theory and the rules of geometry combine with the art of design in visually compelling statement pieces. Precise patterns and simple, minimalist forms highlight an elevated look with modern, polished appeal. 

“Mathematics, geometry and unique materials all come together in sleek, sophisticated design,” says Heather Eidenmiller, Director of Brand Development. “There’s certainly a minimalist approach, but there’s also a little bit of 70s revival and a hint of Deco. Simplistic forms and repeating patterns follow the mathematical rules, so to speak, suggesting a sense of harmony. Precision and balance shape materials such as marble and stone, petrified wood and polished metal. These designs have such an elevated feel.” 

Featured Pieces

Vignette 1 ~

Sullivan Square Cocktail Table 301-011
Reflective polished metal tubing is formed into graduated steps and squares, catching the light at every corner. 

Sullivan End Table 301-121 

Vignette 2 ~

Meridian Cocktail Table 301-022 
A chevron pattern repeats in varied colors of natural stone for a stunning minimalist look with a little 70s revival appeal. 

Mirabella Sofa N5427 
Clean lines and an angular frame shaped in smooth white plaster combine with contrasting wood legs and soft white upholstery. 

Adrian Console Table 301-904 
Geometric planes and angles highlight the variation and fossilized grain of petrified wood. 

Vignette 3 ~

Stellar Credenza 301-860
Intersecting lines create varied geometric shapes on a surface of radiant German Silver, accented by inlaid circles of natural quartz crystal. 

Product Silos ~ 

Adrian Console Table 301-904 
Geometric planes and angles highlight the variation and fossilized grain of petrified wood. 

Loft Amherst Buffet 303-131B 
Geometric shapes combine with the stunning beauty of simple forms. 

Grayhurst Door Chest 586-117 
Three-dimensional carving and a soft gray finish highlight radiating geometrics. 

Meridian Cube Table 301-100 
A repeating chevron pattern in varied shades of natural stone is framed in a minimalist cube profile. 

McLean Cocktail Table 301-020 
Precise, graduated planes of German Silver create a dramatic three-dimensional silhouette. 

 

Styles introduced today will be available to consumers Spring 2020.