Hosted within The Bryant, a luxury apartment complex designed by David Chipperfield Architects overlooking Bryant Park, Material Interiors is an exhibition pieced together by designer Sarah Clark. It’s a real-world vision of her cleverly curated online furniture emporium Radnor, which shares and sells the work of a community of like-minded designers such as Brooklyn-based PELLE and female-led Egg Collective.

Spread across a two-bedroom condominium, Material Interiors is co-curated by Brooklyn studio Workstead and will run for two months. On show will be thoughtfully selected pieces by Radnor-represented designers in addition to textiles and furniture from Susan’s own Radnor Made collection.

Arranged to compliment the herringbone oak floors and honed terrazzo borders of the David Chipperfield suite, Susan’s selection of furniture and objects are relaxed but elegantly detailed. There is an inky black Bone dining table and chairs by Montreal-based Loïc Bard, enchanting hand carved one of a kind spoons by Swedish craftsperson Marie Eklund, and various planters throughout by Julianne Ahn and Farrah Sit. The plush blue-grey living room sofa and rattan bed are the result of a collaboration between Susan and Radnor represented designer Adam Rogers, as is the stunning bleached maple and tan leather Mae Desk.

 

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