Arteriors, a leading provider of luxury lighting, furniture and decorative accessories, has announced upcoming collaborations with Atlanta-based designer Beth Webb (spring 2020) and New York City-based Workshop/APD (fall 2020).
Arteriors’ Guest Designer program features creative collaborations with leading talent from the interior design industry, bringing important and diverse points of view to the brand’s ever-growing product offerings. These collaborations include collections with such notable names as Laura Kirar, Barry Dixon, Celerie Kemble, Windsor Smith and Jay Jeffers. In spring 2019, Arteriors will debut a collection with Chicago designer Frank Ponterio, and in fall 2019 will introduce a line with Nashville and New York-based designer Ray Booth.
In 2018, Arteriors opened new, expanded showrooms at the New York Design Center and the Commerce & Design Building at High Point Market. The expansion of the Guest Designer program into 2020 is another initiative that reflects the brand’s growth trajectory. The upcoming collaborations with Webb and Workshop/APD demonstrate Arteriors’ commitment to always pushing the envelope, and to bringing customers new and interesting perspectives to introduce into their projects. With Webb’s work rooted in classicism and tradition, and Workshop/APD’s work grounded in strong architectural design, there is an aesthetic that will speak to every customer.
“We’ve been lucky to work with some of the best design talent out there,” says Arteriors founder Mark Moussa. “We always want to bring our customers products that reflect an elevated, forward-thinking point of view, and we feel that adding Beth and Workshop/APD to our roster for 2020 will accomplish just that. Both bring a style and voice to Arteriors that will provide fresh thinking to our already strong group of Guest Designers.”
Atlanta-based Webb creates natural, considered compositions for her clients, her spaces threaded with tradition, visual continuity and clarity. Known for incorporating classic proportions and iconic design details into uplifting, light-filled spaces, Webb’s design philosophy demonstrates how the five senses transport the instinctive process of design into the tangible. Her training in fine arts and her own rich and textured Southern background will bring Arteriors a feminine and studied point-of-view rooted in classicism.
Architecture and interior design firm Workshop/APD was founded by Andrew Kotchen and Matthew Berman in 1999. Since its founding, the firm has built an enviable roster of work that runs the gamut from sleek urban lofts to luxurious family homes, high-end multi-family developments to trend-setting restaurants and hotels. By offering architecture and interior design under one roof, Workshop/APD crafts transformative projects that are layered, unified and creatively imagined at every step of the design process. They embrace craftsmanship and materials that have a worked quality to them and believe passionately in the power of design to shape the human experience.