WAG profiled Ethan Abramson back in June of 2014, soon after his handcrafted furniture caught our eye at last year’s edition of the Architectural Digest Home Design Show in Manhattan.
And we were pleased to hear from the designer again recently, as he let us know about one of his newest ventures.
Turns out Abramson is partnering with Simon Pearce to have a pop-up gallery within its Greenwich store.
Abramson’s company, as you may recall, is dedicated to the “principles of American made, environmentally conscious handcrafted furniture.” It was founded in 2008 in Brooklyn and today, continues in Westchester County creating its own line of furniture along with custom commissions for both residential and commercial clients. All Abramson’s work is handcrafted on site, employing a mix of classic and modern woodworking techniques. Whenever possible, he opts for wood from reclaimed sources or sustainable foresting.
We can’t wait to see the new designs, with the showcase continuing during regular store hours (10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays and noon to 5 p.m. Sundays) through Nov. 8. Simon Pearce is at 125 E. Putnam Ave.
For more, visit ethanabramson.com.– Mary Shustack