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Over / Under: Sydney to New York

Brooklyn lighting design duo Ladies & Gentlemen expand into interior design and collaborate with new Australian furniture brand SP01 to stage the Over / Under pop store during New York Design Week; on show till 31 May.

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Design is nothing if it isn’t collaborative; transcending borders and fostering exchange. New York lighting design duo Ladies & Gentlemen Studio (featured in TLmag 23) team up with young Australian furniture brand SP01 and a few other select players to mount Over / Under – on show till 31 May – during New York Design Week (NYCxDesign). Marking the former’s first foray into interior design, the pop-up concept store features a range of iconic lighting fixtures and installations that complement the latter’s latest Italian-craftsmanship-inspired, yet neo-minimalist, collection of chairs, tables and sofas. The result is a series of ‘staged’ rooms featuring a seamless merging of both practice’s cutting-edge products, not to mention bold geometric rugs developed by Milan-based CC Tapis; crafted in Nepal. Pastel hues juxtapose sharp tones of black and white.

“We looked to Ladies & Gentlemen Studio to design an experience beyond the traditional showroom—adestination where guests can relax into our pieces, which are designed with urban life in mind,” explains Matt Lorrain, Head of Design and Product Development at SP01.

Over / Under: till 31 May
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325 W. Broadway
New York

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