Posts tagged “furniture”
Vita is a conference chair that can fit well in the office, hospitality environments such as hotels, and even the home. Vita 2010 We developed Vita with Tuohy, a Minnesota company specializing in furniture for the workplace. Vita looks so straightforward and simple, though this design took over a year of development before we and [...]
Zsa Zsa by the fireside We’re excited to tell you our second collection of ottomans was launched on biusboutique this morning. This brings the number of ottomans in our boutique to six, and there’s plenty of room for growth. The first collection is available in limited editions while the new ottomans are available in an [...]
Nipa Shibori, upholstered footstool. Designed and made by bius, 2010. We delivered this commission yesterday to Bobbie & Rusty Tunnard. Bobbie has wanted a piece from us in this fabric for many years and Rusty finally made it happen. She was so overjoyed when he gave it to her that we all got lots of [...]
Archibald, leather upholstered armchair designed by Jean-Marie Massaud for Poltrona Frau. This chair is so appealing. It will make anyone look elegant, yet it oozes comfort… Just by looking at it, I know I’m going to enjoy, not just sitting, but being in it. I’d curl my feet under me and read. I love the [...]
The New York Times is the first to write about our ottomans. Rima Sugi interviewed us for it last Friday and it was published today. You can see it in Currents I Décor, in the Home & Garden section, or click here.
In the studio, ottoman prototype We’re excited to tell you our biusboutique website went online this morning. We’re now officially open for business selling ottomans, in limited editions. Our online shop is more of a “stall” as we’re starting with three ottomans, not enough for a store just yet. We’ve opted to call it a [...]
Sketch of Beatrice, from our first collection, 2009 Over the last 20 years our design studio has established a reputation among an exclusive group of clients with a taste for unusual one-of-a-kind furniture. A few years ago we moved to the other end of the spectrum and began licensing to manufacturers requiring commercial designs with [...]