Statement pieces in a home can lift the mood of a room, give it a unique personality and spark passionate conversations.
New York gallery owner Craig Van Den Brulle is no stranger to world class designs by famous designers. His Manhattan gallery in New York is graced with the likes of Gio Ponti and Robsjohn-Gibbings. His gallery has recently taken a new angle, as he has began to showcase his own furniture collection, Delaunay.
The Delaunay collection is named after a type of mathematical triangulation, and embraces maximalism throughout its range of architecturally-rich designs. All designs are crafted through computer design and laser soldering.
This distinctive, metallic dining table is a sculptural array of interlocking polished steel triangles with a stunning glass surface that showcases the triangular melange below. Its mirrored base creates a striking 3D collage, which is both rugged and beautiful. Overall, the design is edgy and contemporary, which perfectly blends the simplicity of the glass surface with the immaculate detailing of the base. It is valued at $75 000.
The Delaunay collection includes chair and mirror designs made in steel, gilt bronze or chrome, with all pieces made to order. To view additional items in the collection, visit craigvandenbrulle.com