Furniture Designers in the United States
Julian Lwin is a British designer living and working in NYC. His work explores the relationship between the material and the immaterial qualities of lighting, product and furniture design.
Phillip Jividen is a designer based in New York focused on linking traditional and contemporary craftsmanship through new and existing manufacturing methods. Phillip's designs are bold, refined minimal pieces that express a critical focus on detail and use of material.
Todd Bracher Studio has been instrumental in guiding some the most prestigious brands around the world to realize strategic differentiation through design. The Studio was founded in 1999 and provides services to both influence its clients' strategies as well as executing product design projects in a way that inspires the marketplace and elevates brand position. Todd Bracher Studio has worked with clients such 3M, Herman Miller, Jaguar, Humanscale, Burberry, New York City and Cappellini.
Mark Goetz, a graduate professor of industrial design at Pratt Institute, is the principal of TZ Design, a New York City based firm specializing in furniture design for the contract, healthcare, and residential industries.
Peter Nolan is an industrial designer who designs and licenses furniture and home products to manufacturers.
Jason Phillips Design is a full-service design firm specializing in home furnishings.
Founder and managing principal of New Studio, David Allan Pesso has a degree in industrial design from Rochester Institute of Technology. Over the span of 25 years, Pesso has worked across a variety of disciplines, including interior design, architectural millwork, environmental graphics, and product design and development for the commercial interiors industry.
Furniture designer and educator Scott Klinker heads the graduate 3D design program at the renowned Cranbrook Academy of Art as Designer-in-Residence, where he also received his MFA in 1996.
Recognized for the unique sculptural quality he brings to his work, Louis A. Lara has been creating award winning designs since 1986.
Jill Rossi is an award-winning designer who holds a master's degree in furniture design from the Rhode Island School of Design, a bachelor's degree in interior design, has practiced at two of the leading architecture firms in North Carolina, and has been featured in numerous shows and exhibitions, most notably at Martha Stewart Living and the Milan Furniture Fair.
Bec Brittain is a designer and artist in Brooklyn, NY. Her work consistently reflects her variety of interests - creating relationships between concept and material, the natural and produced, decorated and sparse.
Rose Horsangchai is an independent environmental design consultant with a degree in product design and specializing in furniture.
Richard Frinier is an American designer of indoor and outdoor furniture, textiles, lighting and accessories for residential, contract, hospitality and resort environments. He is best known for bringing the quiet elegance and sophistication of interior spaces to the outdoors, and the casual and balanced nature of the outdoors inside.
Jeni Tu brings an analytical curiosity to her work as a designer from her previous career as a journalist. Jeni's design work reflects a deep interest in materiality, fabrication methods, patterns, modularity and the abstract forms found in nature.
Phillip Grass' design is futuristic with a sense of acceleration and speed; organic with seamless flowing forms; simple, well-balanced and peaceful, while simultaneously creation a sense of awe.