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The Brand New ‘Treasures of Time’ Collection by Carlucci

Discover the Carlucci Spring 2019 ‘Treasures of Time’ collection.

With TREASURES OF TIME, CARLUCCI has created a distinctive collection that unconventionally unites the impressions, materials and aesthetics of significant decades, cultures and trends, weaving them together to create a contemporary concept for the 21st century.

View the collection here on JAB’s site.

‘Collingo’ Color Calendar from Tibor


Our friends at Tibor are sending out monthly inspo based on ‘Collingo’, Tibor Reich’s unique color language created in 1956.

Sixty years later, Tibor still uses this system in their design studio when dealing with color.

The color spectrum, derived from the earth to the sun, is divided into tonal color groups. It’s Tibor’s way of organising colors.

Tibor Reich however, used it for every day life, in his house, on his folders, filing cabinets, telephones, fabric ranges and diaries – a true pioneer!

Mizumi – New Romo Black Edition 2019 Collection

Through a harmonious collaboration with Japanese artist, Katsutoshi Yuasa, Black Edition have embarked on an exploration of time-honoured Japanese printmaking practises where traditional and contemporary techniques intertwine. Using digital images curated from his own camera, Katsutoshi creates intricate woodcut prints methodically crafted with small carving tools. Once complete, he uses an entirely manual printing method to create his artwork. Abstract stories and landscapes from Katsutoshi Yuasa’s collection are reimagined in a rich anthology of luxury fabrics. Mizumi sees colourful, contemporary designs embodied with textural sensation adorn opulent velvets, sophisticated linens and indulgent jacquard weaves.

Ron Dier Design: A Custom Atelier

New York City in the 80’s! Throwing ceramic forms in his spare time, Ron was discovered by Angelo Donghia. Angelo bought everything in sight! Ron quit his day job to pursue ceramics full time. Finishing his pieces in 22k precious metal, he found a niche market and the rest is history…

As the 20th century came to a close, Ron returned to his roots in Southern California, setting up a studio in Laguna Beach. Exposure to rare and beautiful minerals from around the world led to a dramatic expansion in production.

Combining a life long inspiration from fine jewelry and the desire to defy gravity, these new minerals synergized a renaissance. Realizing the medium was no longer restricted to ceramics, Ron compiled a diverse team of craftsman. New lines of sculpture, lighting and furniture sprang forward.

With no restrictions, ideas are the new currency. The Ron Dier team now creates a signature line for fifteen showrooms countrywide. We welcome & embrace custom requests. Our team will work with your team from concept, through production, to installation. View Ron Dier Design on the TL Site.

Tibor Texture in the News

In celebration of the 2018 Salon Art + Design New York, Tibor was thrilled to work with Charles Burnand on the Studio 54 inspired collectors lounge. Intimate seating areas uphosltered in Tibor’s iconic Cymbeline and Pagoda fabric added to the drama of this striking lounge. Explore the lounge published on Architectural Digest.

“Listen..With faint dry sound,The leaves, frost-crisp’d, break from the trees And fall.” —Adelaide Crapsey
Autumn inspired fabrics featured include Buckingham Timber, Brecon Natural, Eroica Lurex Tan, Cymbeline Black

Tibor’s Buckingham fabric is a sumptuous wool/cotton bouclé – recently part of the “4 Makers” exhibition at Willer, U.K.

Visit the Thomas Lavin showroom and see the entire Tibor line. Can’t make it in? We will shop for you. Contact us about your current project here or give us a call at 310 383 3250.

It’s All About the Beetle – FliePaper is in the Cooper Hewitt

Our very own Don Flood’s Beetle wallpaper (part of his FliePaper line) is on view as part of the exhibition Saturated: The Allure and Science of Color (Now-January 13, 2019) at the Cooper Hewitt, NYC.

See the featured blog post here on the Cooper Hewitt site.