It is no surprise that when architect Jeff Vioski opened his showroom in 2004, he did it in the heart of L.A.’s design district. With an architectural eye and a keen sense of comfort, Voski crafts everything from elegant tables to quirky wing chairs to low slung platform beds. Highest quality materials and craftsmanship are hallmarks of Voski’s work. Look for Macassar ebony, solid Oriental wood frames and veneers, high resiliency foams, and European textiles. Add it all up and you’ve got a collection of luxurious, modern furniture that’s also built to last.
Sleek silhouettes, steely hues, and the occasional hit of energetic print: These furnishings and accents would all look perfectly at home in a downtown loft (and, by the way, they’d add sophisticated, urbane style to wherever you live, even if it’s a ways from downtown).
If your aesthetic is clean and modernist with a touch of warmth and color, then don’t miss these handcrafted designs by architect Jeff Vioski. Straight from the heart of L.A.’s design district, Vioski makes his Gilt debut with sculptural chairs, architectural coffee tables, tufted headboards sleek enough for a snazzy hotel suite, and a smattering of eccentric poufs.
Celebrated interior designer Martha Angus captures the vibrant, buoyant energy of the 1960s with this curated selection of goods. Look in almost any room today, and there is likely some element of retro modish style. So bring the look alive in your home by mixing her picks: midcentury-modern furnishings, pop art and bold black-and-white patterns. Add accessories with sexy curves, in hot colors and sleek, lacquered surfaces, for extra pop.
Philip Johnson’s iconic Glass House, in New Canaan, Connecticut, is an endless source of inspiration for us: spare, modern lines, simple-yet-exquisite materials, and designs that blend the best of form and function. Here, we’ve curated a selection of furnishings and accents that we feel reflect that clean, clear aesthetic.