What’s New This Summer, From Our List Members

Karl Zahn’s kinetic sculptures at The Future Perfect, iF Design Foundation’s North American foothold, and more from our List members.

New & Notable is a cultural catchall that highlights interesting new products and projects from our brilliantly creative members of The List. With new releases, events, and goings-on, the below moments indicate the power they have to move the needle in so many realms, including architecture, design, fashion, and art.


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Erica Shamrock Textiles

The textile designer’s latest, the Ivy Collection, reimagines the grandeur of academia and gothic influences into a versatile line of fabrics that balances tradition with a spirited twist in the form of an uproarious color palette.

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iF Design Foundation

The Hanover-based foundation, which confers the prestigious iF Design Award each year, has put down roots in North America with the opening of its New York City office. Under the leadership of managing director Lisa Gralnek, the foundation aims to provide greater support for North American designers.

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The Future Perfect

Karl Zahn’s Illuminated Bower Birds currently have pride of place at the residential gallery’s New York townhouse. An extension of Zahn’s previous Bower Birds sculptures, this series combines his expertise in lighting with avian forms, resulting in enchanting kinetic sculptures and a new direction in his exploration of light and form.

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Ross Gardam

Drawing inspiration from chess pieces, Ross Gardam’s Rook collection introduces elegantly crafted stools to showcase the material integrity of solid timber alongside Australian artistry. Available in walnut, white oak, and blackened oak, the optional upholstered top adds a touch of comfort.

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Thomas Hayes Studio

Jonelle Hayes collaborated with the L.A.-based furniture designer for his eponymous studio’s latest launch: Objects by Lady Hayes. The collection of handcrafted trinket holders, vanity trays, and mirrors all reflect the couple’s deep respect for natural materials, seen through the exquisite use of oiled walnut and hand-stitched leather throughout.

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Perennials Fabrics

Interior designer and antiquarian Rose Tarlow’s recent collaboration with Perennials evokes the idyll and elegance of an English country home. The collection of solution-dyed rugs and fabrics feature dye patterns evocative of antique embroidery, linen, and plaid heirlooms, but with the fade-, mildew- and UV-resistant qualities that puts Perennials performance textiles a cut above the rest.

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