A Jake Dyson lamp, a plaster-filled ostrich egg by Martin Margiela, and an 1860’s oil on canvas of unknown origin in a meeting area.
The CEO of Moss Bureau next to the company’s mission statement.
Peter Marigold’s shelves and table in painted Douglas fir.
Hella Jongerius’s glazed porcelain vase embroidered with cotton thread.
Frank Stella’s sculpture in acrylic, aluminum alloy, and steel.
Richard Woods’s woodblock print on wooden door and a clock by Maarten Baas.
Cathy McClure’s Bots rings of sterling silver and toy eyes.
One of her battery-powered objects, a former mechanical doll she cast in silver.
A large-scale kinetic piece by McClure and Johannes Nagel’s stoneware composition.
Marcus Tremonto’s pendant fixtures of acrylic-resin and electroluminescent film.
The office area at Moss Bureau.
A polished-brass vase by Michael Anastassiades.
Gaetano Pesce’s resin XXXL.
ONLINE EXCLUSIVE Johannes Nagel's stoneware sculpture.
ONLINE EXCLUSIVE Johannes Nagel's stoneware sculpture surrounding a desk..
ONLINE EXCLUSIVE Another office view.
ONLINE EXCLUSIVE Richard Woods’s woodblock print on wooden door beside Marigold's pieces.
ONLINE EXCLUSIVE Behind Richard Woods' woodblock-printed door.
ONLINE EXCLUSIVE More works by McClure.
ONLINE EXCLUSIVE Looking through Peter Marigold’s shelves and table in painted Douglas fir.
ONLINE EXCLUSIVE Another view of the office area.
ONLINE EXCLUSIVE Another of Cathy McClure’s battery-powered objects.
ONLINE EXCLUSIVE A close-up on the large-scale piece by McClure.