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About Michael Aram

What nature creates, New York-based designer Michael Aram re-imagines in his graceful, handcrafted metal objects for the home. During a journey to India almost two decades ago, Aram (now a part-time New Delhi resident) was drawn to the artistry of the country’s craftsmen. His inspiration led him to create pieces that translated the shimmering lines of a flower petal, the jagged beauty of coral, and the elegantly curved horn of an impala into objects with a bit of practical magic — cocktail accessories and serving trays, furniture, and lighting. Devotees such as Top Design host India Hicks admire Aram’s intricacies of texture and form.

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Sale Ended May 22, 2015

Michael Aram

What nature creates, artist-slash-designer Michael Aram re-imagines in his graceful, handcrafted metal objects for the home. During a journey to India over two decades ago, Aram was drawn to the artistry of the country’s metal artisans. His inspiration led him to create pieces that translated the shimmering lines of a flower petal, the jagged beauty of coral and the elegantly curved horn of an impala into objects with a bit of practical magic. Pick your favorites from this selection of standout accents, and bring some artful nature inspiration into your own space.

Sale Ended December 22, 2009

Holiday Tabletop Necessities

A black-lacquered candelabra from Michael Aram. Bias-cut silk napkins from Kim Seybert. A platinum serving set from L’Objet. They all share festive design, the highest craftsmanship, luxury materials and good old-fashioned functionality. In short, everything you need to set the holiday party mood.

Sale Ended September 23, 2015

Mobile First Look: Michael Aram

Artful designs, inspired by nature and culture

Sale Ended September 05, 2009

Michael Aram - 09/02/2009

What nature creates, artist-slash-designer Michael Aram re-imagines in his graceful, handcrafted metal objects for the home. During a journey to India almost two decades ago, Aram (now a part-time New Delhi resident) was drawn to the artistry of the country’s metal artisans. His inspiration led him to create pieces that translated the shimmering lines of a flower petal, the jagged beauty of coral and the elegantly curved horn of an impala into objects with a bit of practical magic — cocktail accessories and serving trays, furniture and lighting. Devotees such as Top Design host India Hicks admire the intricacies of texture and form Aram brings to each piece, all in homage to the natural world.

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