On 8 November at The Future Perfect New York, we released the first products from our collaboration with French designer Anthony Guerrée. Also making their debut were additions to the Twenty-Five collection by De La Espada Atelier.
THE FUTURE PERFECT NEW YORK
We proudly partnered with The Future Perfect for our first in-person event in 3 years. Ten of our new products, including the first from our collaboration with Anthony Guerrée, are spread over two floors of The Future Perfect's New York gallery, accompanied by a special selection of works characteristic of The Future Perfect's unique curatorial vision.
New products by Anthony Guerrée and by De La Espada Atelier will remain on exhibit at The Future Perfect New York until 6 January 2023.
Make an appointment to experience the pieces in person.
FIVE DEBUT PRODUCTS
On 8 November, at The Future Perfect's New York gallery, the first five products from our collaboration with French designer Anthony Guerrée made their debut. The products celebrate craft in bold, sculptural forms.
Inspired by his recurring dream of spending a starry night in Joshua Tree Park gazing up at the Summer Triangle asterism, Anthony Guerrée products include a dining table, two dining chairs, a modular sofa, three auxiliary tables, and a fully-upholstered armchair.
DE LA ESPADA ATELIER
TWENTY-FIVE COLLECTION ADDITIONS
Seven new products launched from De La Espada Atelier, incorporating new materials from local Portuguese artisans. Five of the products are on display at The Future Perfect's New York gallery.
The novelties, additions to the Twenty-Five collection, include a desk, chair, shelving unit, bedside table, limited edition bed, coffee table and side table. Twenty-Five was designed in-house by De La Espada Atelier, and incorporates accents of quintessential Portuguese craft in collaboration with local artisans Toino Abel, Fabricaal and Viúva Lamego. The Twenty-Five Collection reflects an international view while celebrating Portugal’s rich craft heritage as an ode to the home of De La Espada.
Photo credit: Sean Davidson