Windows on Show

Mud Australia

Mud Australia

A+R, Mud Australia, Vitsoe and More

Design stores around LA will start showing off new window displays in honor of the upcoming LA Design Festival starting June 10th. Stop by and check them out if you’re in Culver City, DTLA, or the West Third Street area.

Andlight

Andlight

A+R

Purveyor of modern furniture, lighting and decor A+R posts up a special lighting display at their flagship store at ROW DTLA featuring pieces by Andlight and Resident. Look for it on Market Row, part of A+R’s collaboration with IDS Vancouver, LA Design Festival, and Small Office. Catch the designers for Speed of Light, a conversation with Rose Apodaca, during the LA Design Festival.

Jodi Siegal Ceramics

Jodi Siegal Ceramics

Jodi Siegal Ceramics x The Wooden Palate

Ceramicist Jodi Siegal was a textile and product designer in New York City for years, designing for Ralph Lauren and Anthropologie as well as developing collections for Bloomingdales, Neiman Marcus, and Nordstrom, among others, before leaving the industry to pursue her passion turned new creative profession. She partners with The Wooden Palate, purveyor of bespoke wood pieces for the kitchen. The Wooden Palate was founded by Ryan Silverman (woodworker to the stars) and Eileen O’Dea, chef and yogi turned woodworker). Look for their window on Market Row at ROW DTLA.

Mud Australia

Mud Australia, a timeless modern ceramics brand designed and made in Sydney, Australia, creates a special window installation. Since 1994 Shelley Simpson has been perfecting her gorgeous line of handmade porcelain made from the finest natural and non-toxic materials. Each piece is hand poured in her studio, with the color tinted through the clay giving the finished product a depth of color not available from traditional surface glazing. Fired at the highest kiln temperature, these pieces defy their delicate appearance and are all microwave, oven and dishwasher safe. Don’t miss this special temporary window installation.

Nik Nik Studio

Nik Nik Studio

Shades of Grey

Known for their well-made, affordable, and timeless style, Shades of Grey collaborates with Nik Nik Studio to host a special design display in-store at ROW DTLA with a small window display at their Platform location as well. Nik Nik Studio is a new design atelier started by Nicole Neu. Neu spends time exploring shape, line, space and texture throughout her work. Shades of Grey likewise is known for their pristine practicality and artful simplicity. The perfect uniform for the Californian sartorialist.

Vitsoe: A Blank Canvas for Your Colorful Life

Vitsoe (pronounced vit-soo), the timeless brand that has made Dieter Rams’ furniture for more than 50 years. (Yes, that Dieter Rams. The author of the Ten Principles of Good Design). Vitsœ’s  shop in Los Angeles, which opened quietly in July 2017, is in one of the few walkable areas of Los Angeles, on West 3rd Street. Not familiar with Vitsoe? You probably already are and just don’t know it. Their iconic 606 shelving system is endlessly customizable, from one ledge to a whole library of mixed drawers, tables, and shelves—and its genius is its no-tools-necessary assembly once the the tracks are up. Called out by Clever as the ultimate investment furniture, Vitsoe is all about creating things that allow people to live better, with less, that lasts longer.

Haily Zaki