What’s New This Spring, From Our List Members

Studio Plow debuts Casa de Arte, Matthew Fisher launches a new collection at Remains, 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.

Photo credit: Nicole Franzen.

Studio Plow

The Bay Area and Wine Country–based interiors studio is always hard at work on soulful spaces that capture a sense of place. One of their latest debuts, Casa de Arte, goes a step further by communicating its owner’s deep love of contemporary art, collectible design, her Mexican heritage, and family. For proof, look no further than the San Francisco home’s playroom, where a Carlagara wall hanging made by artisans in Mexico hangs above the Camaleonda sofa designed by Mario Bellini for B&B Italia. 

Credit: James Shanks.


Those driven by the pursuit of beauty are often forced to contend with the dichotomy of aesthetic versus function. Thanks to Wolf-Gordon and Dutch design and research firm Studio Rens, who recently relaunched contract-grade paint brand Scuffmaster with a striking new palette of finishes and colors, there’s one less trade-off to be made in the world of commercial interiors. 

Credit: Courtesy of Remains Lighting Co.

Matthew Fisher

A deep love of history and the arts permeates the collection of decorative objects, lighting, and furniture Fisher produces for clients and his namesake studio. His newest undertaking is a collection of seven lighting fixtures inspired by ancient Greek mythology and the transfixing interplay of light and stone. The collection is available exclusively at Remains—one of the best-kept secrets in antique décor as well as made-to-order and custom lighting. 

Photo credit: Courtesy of Dedon.


If Richard Frinier’s Orbit outdoor loveseat inspires galactic imagery, it’s not by coincidence: the fully rotatable piece was inspired by the designer’s musings on Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey. On the 16th anniversary of Orbit’s debut, Dedon has relaunched it with a new fiber, Mystique Stereo Bluo. Depending on the angle of light and the viewer, its color can appear as bright as a Valencia orange or as deep as the night sky. 

Credit: Jess Ruby James

Dinosaur Designs

We’re always charmed by the new launches on offer from the homeware and jewelry studio, and their latest, the Chalk collection, is no exception. It spans tableware like cheese knives, plates, serving spoons, and bowls, as well as bracelets and rings in delicately evocative hues of Chalk Swirl, Sandy Pearl, and White Marble.

Credit: Sam Hartnett


Noho has exclusively crafted subtly ergonomic seating, until now  but that changes with the debut of its first-ever dining table. Like all of the studio’s launches, its Dine table is designed to last: the durable aluminum frame supports a wooden tabletop that imparts elegance but won’t overwhelm a sleek interior or steal the scene at a dinner party.  

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