JONATHAN ADLER: A SUMPTUOUS LOOK ON INTERIOR DESIGN
If there are two things that can describe designer Jonathan Adler ’s aesthetics, these are a healthy dose of eccentricity that seems to be inherent to his every project and his perennial love for pottery that has followed him long before he became a designer.
Parker Palm Springs Hotel – Palm Springs (CA)
Jonathan Adler started his career as a potter and later on when Barneys acquired his collection of pots in 2003 he launched his first store in SoHo: from when he discovered his passion at 12 and while he attended the Rhode Island School of Design, pottery was always a fixed point of his style. Nowadays, with his own design company, a thriving e-commerce, and residential and commercial projects, and multiple stores Jonathan Adler is a symbol of the “Modern American glamour”.
The humor underlining every creation – he was the designer behind the Malibu Dream House project created for Barbie 50th birthday – and a passion for mid-century and pop culture recreate his signature whimsical style, in which layers and layers of different textures and tendencies coexist in the same flamboyantly colorful location.
70 Charlton Model Apartments – New York, NY
“Being eccentric should be as important as being a good person. The golden rule should be “do unto others and be eccentric.”
Following rules is not a law he swears by, while a more chaotic set better reflects his philosophy: fresh and fashionable are the right adjective to describes the various projects he created through various collaboration with famous brands: from Mattel to Starbucks to interior design projects – residential and commercial ones – among which the Parker Palm Springs hotel’s redesigning stands out as one of Jonathan Adler’s most iconic creations.
With a collection of pottery, furniture, home collection, and complete interior design services, Jonathan Adler design company always strives to transform liveable and luxurious interiors into reality.