This New York-based firm headed by accomplished musician, actor, designer, Lenny Kravitz, teamed up with Rocky Mountain Hardware to create Trousdale. Inspired by the architecture of the famed Trousdale Estates neighborhood in Beverly Hills—an enclave of mid-century modern homes that was put on the map in the 1950s and 60s by its celebrity residents—the series features sleek architectural elements with angular profiles and a strong textural effect. Trousdale marks Kravitz Design’s first foray into the hardware category, and typifies Kravitz’s own personal edgy and elegant point of view for which his namesake firm has earned kudos and respect for with achievements in commercial and residential interior design, product development and branding since it was established in 2003.
HOK PRODUCT DESIGN
Verdura, designed by HOK Product Design®, features sleek, clean lines. Cast using the lost wax method to produce the finest details, these handles and escutcheons combine the inherent organic properties of bronze with a minimalist design to compliment the modern aesthetic.
Roger Thomas is Executive Vice President of Design for Wynn Design and Development and has designed many of the world’s most famous hotels and resorts including the Wynn Las Vegas, Wynn Macau, and the Bellagio Resort. A recognized leader in the hospitality industry, Thomas’ recent awards include Architectural Digest’s AD 100, for which he was listed five times in a row. Roger was also inducted into the Interior Design magazine's Hall of Fame.
Ted Boerner discovered his passion for design in the theater, as his natural talent in set design evolved into furniture. Influenced greatly by his artist grandfather, Boerner is both a creator and craftsman who produces all original work. With a well-earned reputation as a provider of exceptional products and services for more than two decades, Boerner has created pieces for a range of markets, from medium range prêt-à-porter furniture to high-end, made-to-order couture work. From collections for numerous well know companies to his own collection, Boerner’s work combines a delightful flavor of wit with the ease and comfort of good design.