Paying homage to Denmark’s long-standing design heritage, &Tradition bridges old and new by creating furniture, lighting and interior objects with timeless appeal. From reissuing design icons to creating future classics in collaboration with acclaimed international designers, the collection combines craftsmanship with creativity and shapes carefully considered pieces with purpose and meaning. Always respectfully. Always made to last.
Alicia Adams Alpaca Inc. is a family business which specializes in the design and production of textiles and clothing utilizing the natural and sustainable characteristics of one of the rarest and most luxurious materials – alpaca wool. Alpaca wool, one of the world’s most luxurious fibers, is a jewel amid all the synthetic fibers and harsh materials found in our everyday lives. Softer than cashmere, and available in a wide array of colors, alpaca serves as a natural thermostat by using microscopic air pockets to trap body heat in cooler temperatures and to release heat in warmer weather.
Creating her own line of fabrics, Charlotte Osterman brings to interiors the same distinctive and original use of color and pattern that she has expressed in fashion. This new collection of textiles for the home suggests Moroccan tiles or Matisse cut outs and includes inspired botanical motifs and a new take on lattice. These geometrics are subtle and bold — abstract florals both soft and bright. The natural fabrics are printed in the USA using non-toxic, water-based inks.
A Danish-American designer, whose work is characterized by the simplicity and refinement of Scandinavia while also honoring the inherent beauty of natural materials, as is a tradition in the American South where she grew up. Her work is focused on textural handmade wall hangings designed for interior environments. Christina works mostly by commission ensuring every piece is made to scale and honors its surroundings.
At the heart of Coqui Coqui Perfumeria lies the Yucatan and Polynesia. The natural tropical scents of the Yucatan region inspire every fragrance of its dedicated collection, as does the landscape, people, culture and lifestyle, in addition to the state’s rich, centuries-old history of perfume production. The Coqui Coqui Perfumeria Yucatan Collection boasts eight fragrances to date, while the Mediterranean Collection counts two, and the Polynesian eight, produced as individual scents and available as other products, from bath oils to room scents and beeswax candles.
FS Objects is the home goods division of Fort Standard, a contemporary design studio and manufacturer based in Red Hook, Brooklyn. Their approach to design explores the interplay of natural materials and modern production processes, creating distinctive designs rooted in simplicity and functionality. Merging progressive design thinking with an obsessive approach to craft, they believe in generating value through good design to transform everyday spaces into ideal living environments.
As a child of the last century, Harriet knew she wanted to be an artist and pursued her passion over the course of her life right up until her death at the age of 95 in 2021. She earned a Master of Arts, taught school, visited museums around the world, read voraciously and painted from her heart. As a Sarasota local, Harriet’s works reflect the colors and moods of her beloved Gulf Coast and were always intended to express herself, not to sell. Now her work can now be found in galleries, homes of collectors and at Pansy Bayou Studio.
Isabel Halley makes all of her ceramics in Brooklyn. Each piece is hand pinched, rolled, and painted by the artist. We at Pansy Bayou attained a handful of her custom pieces for your tabletop that are truly individual, delicate and special. Each piece is one of a kind.
John Pirman’s work can be seen throughout multiple facets of the design industry; from illustrations in The New York Times to holiday cards in the MoMa retail store. Pansy Bayou proudly represents some of John Pirman’s large graphic prints of local Sarasota architecture, landscapes, and more.
“When you subtract details from an image, you give it a kind of symbolic power. My designs are very architectural because they are based on geometry. I like to let what is in the image fuse with the background. For me, it’s about evoking a feeling more than representing a particular image.”
- John Pirman
Striving for perfection in form and function, Light + Ladder creates objects that are thoughtful, useful and made to last. Their products are inspired by the vivid simplicity of the natural world and the geometric lines of the modern city. Light + Ladder’s goal is to have the home feel like a garden so they bring nature inside with a sleek yet practical approach to luxury.
A Coastal Lifestyle Book, Saints of Old Florida is about life along the Florida Panhandle. Particularly the more undiscovered areas of Port St. Joe, St. Vincent's Island, Indian Pass, St. George Island, Apalachicola, St. Teresa, and St. Marks.
These coastal towns are indeed the "Saints" mentioned in the title - as they were all named by early Spanish settlers to the area. However, the most important "saints" here are the many saintly things we cherish daily. A dozen raw oysters, bare feet on pine porches, dinner together around our tables, and nights spent too long at beach bonfires. In short, these experiences are the true "saints."
[STRANG] is a Florida-based architectural, interior design and landscape design firm respected for advancing the principles of Environmental Modernism in extraordinary locations around the world. Founded by Max Strang in 1998, the firm’s distinguished body of work is deeply connected to Florida, yet also includes projects across the Caribbean Sea, Florida and Florida Keys, Colorado, The Bahamas, The Dominican Republic and United Arab Emirates.
Studio Henry Wilson’s work combines a rational utility with an element of sculptural expression. There is a clear form and function in our products, but it’s important they also have feeling. We are interested in the awkward beauty that comes from something made by hand. We like to explore how imperfection can be introduced into an industrial process, to make something at scale that retains a sense of individual charm.
Over the course of a decade working in events and interior design in New York, James Lowther frequently visited Asia in search of lacquer. He wanted to bring this ancient craft from the East to contemporary designs in the West, creating pieces that are equally at home in a city apartment, beach house or country house. James’ approach to design has developed with a clean, modern sensibility whilst retaining English influences from his first job at Colefax & Fowler in London. The Lacquer Company was founded by James in 2011 and he now divides his time between London, New York and Saigon.
Kara Rosenlund is a freelance Australian photographer with an eponymous lifestyle brand. She is influenced by the exotic landscape, layered interiors and spirited people of Australia. Her eye is constantly drawn to the beauty of traveling through the Australian outback and coastlines and the colors of the landscape.
Launched in August of 2011, Wolfum is a textile line of tabletop and home goods. They incorporate traditional items into the contemporary home with a nod to vintage, and a respect for modernity, eco-kindness and functionality. Wolfum maximizes a clever fusion of print, product and process to offer their clientele US manufactured, heirloom-quality home goods, that are at once aesthetically arresting and useful. Wolfum’s revolutionary technique of printing directly on wood reinvents how the design-savvy, eco-aware shopper decorates and accessorizes their home.