Amanda Richards

Amanda Richards is a Brooklyn based designer focused on sculptural lighting. She graduated from F.I.T. with a BFA in sculpture in 2014. From 2014-2019 she worked for Fernando Mastrangelo as his lead sculptor. She has now branched out to start her own lighting design studio. Her first pair of sconces were debuted at In Good Company in 2017. She has since been working with New York interior design firms to collaborate on high end residential projects. 

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Atra is a design studio where artistic and industrial know-how converge in a
team of multidisciplinary artists, designers, and architects. The collaborative
nature of the work is the driving creative force behind their ventures and vision.
Unpretentious beauty, practicality, and timelessness are the defining tenets of
the Atra aesthetic. This means that all pieces are created with the craftsmanship
of an objet d'art, but are designed to be full participants in the spaces they live
in by providing comfort and meeting the demands of everyday living.

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Bailey Fontaine

Artist Bailey Fontaine, represented by art gallery, Tuleste Factory, in New York City.Bailey Fontaine is an emerging lighting and furniture designer based in Brooklyn. Bailey’s process, to expect the unexpected is beguilingly simple, yet yields materially expressive pieces that uncover intriguing new potential for everyday objects. Though his career is just beginning, two recent honors pave a promising path forward: Maison & Objet’s prestigious Rising Talent Award and participation in Fernando Mastrangelo’s In Good Company exhibition.

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Birnam Wood Studio

Artist Brecht Wright Gander, Founder of Birnam Wood Studio. Represented by Tuleste Factory in New York, New York.Birnam Wood Studio is the unlimited edition furniture studio of NYC-based artist Brecht Wright Gander. Founded in 2017 Birnam Wood Studio Treats Functionality as a ground plane for aesthetic play. Making materials spark, become molten, desiccate, oxidize, exhale, and twist is the crux of their research-driven practice. Produced through experiment and experience, through mallet and chisel, drawing on fine craft and restless exploration, the works are the culmination of many collisions.

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Brecht Wright Gander

Artist Brecht Wright Gander represented by art gallery, Tuleste Factory, in New York, New York.Brecht Wright Gander is an artist who specializes in limited-edition collectible design. There’s an eloquence in Gander’s responses that invokes a deep sense of trust in his practice. His foundation is functionality, his form a perfect combination of aesthetic play and technical acumen. Each piece feels slightly haphazard, but functional considerations begin to emerge.

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Christopher Miano

For Christopher Miano, every project is an opportunity to explore processes and combine age-old craft with modern techniques in his coherent design style. Christopher works directly with clients to concept out, design, and fabricate pieces that lean heavily on handcraftsmanship and superior materials, like high-end woods, Carrara marble, and beautiful metals. From first sketch to final product, Christopher is intimately involved in every step, resulting in unique designs with an heirloom quality.

A graduate of Parsons The New School of Design, Christopher was invited to study at the prestigious Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. His products can be seen at One World Observatory on top of New York City's World Trade Center and other design boutiques such as McNally Jackson, Good For The Study and Fair Folks and a Goat. Previous clients & Collaboration include Tom Sachs, Wolfgang Puck, 214 Lafayette, Optimum Diamonds, Epicurious, FOOD&WINE, bon appétit, The Plaza at Harvard University, JCW Risk Management, Starbucks, and Condé Nast, among others. Christopher resides in New York City with his shop dog Hunter.

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Edward Granger

Edward Granger is one of the most sought after abstract geometric artists in the industry, having built his reputation off his unique interpretation of color, light and shape to create a fantasy world that encourages playfulness and possibility into an often- anxious world. Taking inspiration from the cultural revolution sparked by Memphis Milano, his work seeks to challenge one’s physical and emotional state by using color as a healing tool that reintroduces individuals to imagination and discovery. 

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FACTURE is a contemporary art furniture company headed by designer, Quincy Ellis. He creates dynamic molded works from resin from his studio based-in . His work experiments endlessly with light, color, and transparency. The exploration of these three concepts is central to all of the brand's work. They are constantly refining designs by playing with colors, shades, shift patterns, opacities, and interior core colors.

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Fernando Mastrangelo

Artist and Designer Fernando Mastrangelo, represented by gallery Tuleste Factory in New York City.Fernando Mastrangelo is a Brooklyn-Based artist who is best known for his collection of collectible design, as well as his large scale sculptures, and experimental installations. All of Mastrangelo's works are sculpted by hand from natural or repurposed materials, such as sand, salt, silica, and crushed glass. His passionate concern with ecological issues continues to influence his growing design language. Mastrangelo's works have been exhibited at Art Basel, Salone del Mobile in Milano, and Design Pavilion in Times Square. He has designed custom commissioned works from top-tier international brands like Audemars Piguet, Stella McCartney, and Dior. 

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Henrik Sandner

Henrik Sandner's abstract paintings are a vivid imagination of life, exploring the full range of human experience, emotion, and thought. Sandner strives to paint experiences through the eyes of the people and environment he observes around him. The artist uses intense brushstrokes, pattern, texture, line work, color, and movement to create his unique compositions. To create texture and contrast, Sandner mixes sand with some of his paint, adding a three dimensional element to his paintings. 

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Ian Alistair Cochran

Furniture artist Ian Alistair Cochran, represented by art gallery Tuleste Factory in New York City.Ian Alistair Cochran is a designer who is excited by unconventional materials and the relationship that emerges in working with them. He makes contemporary art furniture in resin, fiberglass, composites and continues to explore other materials not typically used in the design world. Ian’s plum series has garnered significant press and fanfare.

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iota Hand Stitched

Iota Hand Stiched, israeli furniture designers represented by art gallery, Tuleste Factory, in New York City, NY.Since being established in 2014, iota designs signature rugs, poufs, stools, home accessories and a swing collection, all hand made from their exclusive selection of yarns.

As a social business, iota provides work for underprivileged communities. Their hand work is carried out by women working from their homes. They teach them the skill and supply work for them. They believe in women empowerment and giving back to society. Their yarns are bespoke. Designed and produced exclusively by iota, from highest quality cotton and polyester. They are a new, contemporary interpretation of luxury textile creating meticulous and one-of-a-kind furniture. They work with vast, bold color pallets and designs which convey both emotion and innovation.

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J McDonald

J McDonald’s otherworldly furniture and sculpture bring a refined simplicity into 

dialogue with the complexities of nature. Fascinated by the tensions between humanity and the natural world, as well as between our logical and intuitive minds, his work brings the dominant rectilinearity and clean minimalism of human rationalism against the chaotic, organic, and intuitive forces of the world.  Working in the space between sculpture and furniture, his work realizes ideas around nature, space, tactility, intuition, and the human condition through an obsessive attention to craft and materiality.  Working across a wide range of mediums but specializing in metal, plaster and paper, his unique and small edition pieces are handmade to examine and redefine our perception and experience of the world, ourselves, and the relationship between the two.

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Jon James

Jon James is a painter who currently works and lives in Manhattan. His work is created by dripping paint across and down the canvas in repetition, creating an intensely layered and textured surface which become three-dimensional. He does this without the aid of rulers or computer imaging.

Jon moved to NYC after graduating from Cornell with degrees in painting and photography, where his work immediately caught the eye of collectors like Sarah Meltzer and Richard Sachs. His painting have sold worldwide to corporate and private collections. 

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Joseph Conrad-Ferm

Abstract Artist Joseph Conrad-Ferm. Represented by New York art gallery Tuleste Factory.Joseph Conrad-Ferm is a self taught painter who did not discover his need to paint until age 26. With over 1,000 finished works on paper, canvas, and wood, Ferm's paintings are in public and private collections worldwide. His work is extensively used by interior designers and has been featured in design publications in the US. He currently resides in Cape Cod, MA.

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Jt. Pfeiffer

Art rug and carpet designer Jt.Pfeifer. Represented by New York City art gallery, Tuleste Factory.Jt.Pfeiffer's collection of luxury art rugs is the outcome of a lifetime experience engaged in the design world, involving creative direction, interior design and visual communication. Julia’s work includes collaborations and commissions with renowned large-scale projects such as hotels, residential and commercial buildings, interior design for private residences, public areas, along with product, furniture, and graphic design, as well as brand identity for numerous clients.

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Kate Clements

Glass artist Kate Clements. Represented by art gallery, Tuleste Factory, in New York City.Kate Clements is an artist whose primary material is kiln-fired glass. She was first introduced to the medium while working on her BFA at the Kansa City Art Institute. She then completed her MFA in in Glass at Tyler School of Art where she was awarded a university fellowship. She has since shown her work nationally at venues included the Bullseye Glass Galleries in Portland, OR, The Bellevue Arts Museum in Washington state, Sherry Leedy Contemporary in Kansas City, The Philadelphia Art Alliance, and the Pittsburgh Glass Center. She is currently an Artist in Residence at Museum of Arts and Design in New York City.

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Founded in 2020, LDV offers a curated collection of seventies vintage design.

Combining their backgrounds in art direction, interior design and joint passion for furniture, co-founders Guido and Birta are on a mission to bring back the glamour and grit of a bygone era. 

Sourcing pieces by Italian and French designers, each piece is carefully selected and restored to impeccable condition.

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Maki Yamamoto

The Maki Yamamoto Textile Studio is a modern atelier specializing in bespoke textiles. Rooted in the world of ancient Japanese art, the studio blends the magic of traditional craftsmanship with contemporary aesthetics, creating iconic pieces that lend urbane fashion to any interior. Luxury fabric is Maki’s canvas. She skillfully embellishes textiles with painterly motifs and dressmaker details. Precise detailing produces a distinct design. Her artistic repertoire includes freehand painting, modern embroidery, hand-stitching, graphic contemporary appliqué, hand-drawn patterns, pleating, ruffles, fiber ties and twists ― assisting with the conceptual design of spaces and interior décor.

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Maria Beckmann

Maria Beckmann is a Mexican multidisciplinary designer, specialized in interior architecture, furniture, and lamp design.  Her furniture work is composed mainly by a combination of wood and leather and/or hand made textiles, specially customizing each piece for each unique space. She additionally has her own lamp collection made of solid copper and brass, handmade in Mexico, called DUMO.
Maria has worked at Bauhauss Mexico and Legorreta Architects. As an independent designer she has collaborated with Legorreta Architects, Serrano Monajaraz Architects, Ignacio Urquiza Architects, and created spaces for Archipiélago mx, Joselo cafe, amongst other offices and private houses.
Her coat stand “core” was selected as one of the iconic Mexican pieces in the last 50 years for the exhibition of Fabrica Mexicana, contemporary industrial design at MAM (museo de arte moderno). Her most current project is designing lodge resorts at Valle de Bravo where she currently resides.

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Moses Nadel

Moses and Lara Nadel, founders of leather design company Moses Nadel. Represented by New York City Art Gallery Tuleste Factory.Moses Nadel was founded in 2013 by Lara and Moses Nadel. The design company offers limited edition and bespoke leather goods hand crafted by a team of local artisans in New York, combining materials individually selected for their essential luxury and integrity. Their fundamental love for aesthetics and function is at the core of their creations. Their design process involves extraordinary attention to elemental purity, artistic simplicity and an exceptional level of detail. 

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Nick Missel Studio

Nick Missel sculpture artist and designer. Represented by New York City Art Gallery Tuleste Factory.Nick Missel is a Philladelpiha based artist influenced by an Anthropocentric worldview based on the human effect on the earth. Missel sees the work as a form of ‘cultural archeology’ choosing objects that sit on the periphery of our attention and wanting to give them new life. Like the negative of a photograph the objects maintain a similarity to their original form but transform to have their own identity. “I wanted to make responsive sculptures that you could interact with” and silicone has become an integral part of the work for Missel, melding sculpture and furniture together. Missel has exhibited work at In Good Company, receiving best in show, A/D/O, and Socrates Sculpture Park.

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RJ Raizk

Painter Rj Raizk represented by New York City art gallery Tuleste Factory.The work of RJ Raizk tends to resemble the internal and external environment that he immerses and surrounds himself with. Currently living in New York, his process consists of using applications consisting of repetitive and free flowing strokes to create works that are complex structurally but rhythmic visually. For his paintings, the artist’s method of bleeding pigments and stains through solid paint and other mediums results in what resembles a dying or staining process. The cellular structure of plants and the cosmos and his method of bleeding pigments and stains through solid paint are inspiration to his pattern and paint work.

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Ruby Kean

Ruby Kean is a New York based artist and Interior Designer from London. Her Seven year career in hotel design has informed a style which encompasses colour depth and texture. Ruby has spent the last 4 years as Head of Design New York at Firmdale Hotels where she has honed an understanding of interior design centred around intrigue, charm and storytelling. Kean’s work has a distinctive perspective on the possibilities of interiors through craft. Through the alchemy of Design, Art and Handmade decorative objects, Kean’s work culminates in a style that is wonderfully layered and curated.

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Ruvan Wijesooriya

Fine Art photographer Ruvan Wijesooriya. Represented by non-traditional art gallery, Tuleste Factory in New York City.Ruvan Wijesooriya's documentary approach to photography explores a universal and nostalgic visual language of the world around us. His landscapes, portraits, aerial perspectives, nature series, and journalistic work are motivated by his on-going study of beauty and the feminine. Ruvan is currently based in New York City.

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Sang Eui Kim

Sang Eui Kim was born in China in 1940. The artist was raised in both North and South Korea, he lives in Southern California. His works reflect a conscious and unconscious endeavor to fuse the Eastern spirit with that of the West, to create a new world through artistic means, by allowing the lines and patches of colors to dance freely.

Previous exhibitions:
- Whittier Art Gallery, Whitter, CA.
- Downey Arts Coalition, Downey, CA.
- Veronese Gallery, Fullerton, CA.
- Vision Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.
- Fine Arts Gallery, Golden West College, Huntington Beach, CA.
- G. G. Gallery, Garden Grove, CA.
- Parkview Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.

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Timbur is an experienced digital fabrication studio that explores the intersection of

design, materiality, and robotics as a source for re-imagining the natural world.
Founded in 2009 by architect Ezra Ardolino, Timbur has developed distinctive projects for some of the world’s leading architects, designers, artists and brands. Stack and Bark are the result of Timbur’s foray into product design, pulling from their deep roots in digital fabrication and robotics engineering to create unique objects that blur the line between hi-tech and handcrafted.


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Tony DeVoney

Tony DeVoney is a self taught visual artist from Louisiana. DeVoney draws concepts from emotional reflection, movement and color energies. The artist, driven by an idea of stimulation, reaches for the senses through his detailed use of texture and layered hues. Working with acrylics and new forms of abstractions DeVoney’s practice tends to mold to his environment, often experimenting with various fabrics, mediums and instruments to attain new discoveries in perceptual identities. With experimentation and consistency in exploration at the forefront, the artist continues to strive for evolution in each new body of work.

DeVoney has built a varied portfolio having worked for clients such as HP as well as created for artists like Miley Cyrus, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Adam Lambert.

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Ward Roberts

Ward Roberts is an independent conceptual artist who creates exquisitely composed photographs drawing on themes such as the effects of loneliness and isolation in the modern world. Roberts’ work is in many ways a rebuttal of the prevailing trend of urban, gritty style contemporary photography. He is currently based in New York.

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Winston Cuevas

Winston Cuevas (b. 1993, Chicago) is an American multidisciplinary designer creating

work at the nexus of radicalism and refinement. Concerned with advancing design at the intersection of high concept and high craft, he also explores its rhetorical, poetic, and emotional potential and seeks to blur the delineation of the fine art and collectible design worlds.

Cuevas’ debut collections are titled Natural Allusions, The Fountain of Youth, and Memento Mori. These collections function as dramatic stages for his liminal art and design objects which perform like actors in a conceptual play. Drawing inspiration from the Italian Radical period of the 1960s, Cuevas’ work seeks to further the tradition and legacy of radical design. His design objects serve as platforms for artistic expression, encapsulations of his own philosophical and poetical viewpoints on subjects like nature, youth and death.

Established in 2020, his eponymous studio focuses on private client commissioned furniture, objects and lighting as well as interior projects internationally.

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WOWE Wolfgang Wesener

Wolfgang Wesener was born in 1960 in Cologne, Germany and moved to New York City in 1984. In 1986, he began a twelve-year collaboration taking portraits for the legendary FAZ-Magazin, the weekly supplement to the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. He moved to Italy in 1990, continuing to photograph for international magazines and pursuing projects. He currently lives in Northern Italy and New York. 

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