London’s legendary Annabel social club may have a strict no phones after 6 P.M. rule, but don’t be fooled—the fantastical space, designed by London’s Martin Brudnizki—begs to be buzzed about. Annabel, which opened this past March, is just one of the latest projects for Brudnizki, the Swedish-born designer who has spent the past decade transforming some of the world’s most storied hotels, clubs, and eateries into wondrous, maximalist escapes.
One thing you can be sure of at DECASO? We’re always creating new ways to make sourcing beautiful design faster, easier—and may we say—enjoyable? With September’s introduction of e-commerce capabilities, we’re unveiling TradePlus®, a revolutionary program designed to reduce the unknowns of buying luxury antique furniture and decor online.
As if the turning leaves weren’t enough to have you flocking upstate, Field + Supply, the modern makers’ fair, returns to the Hudson Valley this October 5th to 7th. As a partner, DECASO will be on site and joined by ten DECASO dealers. Curious about what else to expect? We’ve rounded up nine reasons to book your tickets now, below.
When asked about the importance of preserving traditional woodworking, Anthony Morris cites John Ruskin: “Life without industry is guilt. Industry without art is brutality.” While Ruskin was pondering the despondencies of labor in Victorian England, the sentiment remains salient even today in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. It’s there, that Morris, a master woodworker, has set up shop. Some might consider woodworking obsolete in a machine-driven world, but Morris sees his trade as an artistic complement to modern tech—a peaceful cohabitant rather than a tradition surviving in spite.