Introducing Gestalt Haus

We’re excited to announce that Gestalt New York has expanded to include a new, dedicated online store focusing exclusively on stylishly curated homewares for the design devotee. You’ll recognize some of our favorite brands. But you'll also discover new pieces from global brands like Aaron Probyn, Studio Henry Wilson, Cultiver, Louise Roe, Kristina Dam, Frama, Form & Refine, Sera Helsinki and many more. The online store is now officially open and below you'll find a few of our favorite new pieces. We hope you love everything as much as we do.

Flight + Spiral Sculptures by Origin Made.

Designed by Norm Architects, these model sized stoneware sculptures unite a trilogy of elements – classical architecture being reinterpreted into modern design, skilled stonemasons’ precision in polishing intricately carved details by hand, and the beauty of raw travertine stone.

Rye Glassware collection by Aaron Probyn.

The Rye glassware range has been designed to elevate the drinking experience, whether it is water, beer, wine or a meticulously mixed cocktail. The glasses are hand crafted from a robust borosilicate glass. And the subtle accent of smoke colored glass elevates the contents whilst still allowing you to appreciate the shade of the drink. 

Frama + Dry Studios Oak Cutting Boards.

These aesthetic, yet functional cutting boards are a collaboration between Frama and the Stockholm based Dry Studios. The elegant brass hole makes the board easy to store, carry and hang.

Sera Helsinki hand-woven towels.

Artisans hand spin the pure natural cotton fibers and weave the towels on traditional handlooms. The handmade thread makes the towels extremely soft and absorbing. All Sera Helsinki towels are WFTO Fair Trade, elevating and empowering artisans, and offering a sustainable income for over 120 people.

Studio Henry Wilson Brass bookends.

The Fin Bookends come in two sizes. Each are made, finished and polished in Sydney, Australia using sand-casted Gunmetal Bronze. Their weight and size can support the heftiest of editions. The gentle taper to the face and base of the bookend elegantly hints at how it is made.

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