Boerner began his own design firm, Ted Boerner Inc, in 1988 and over the years his custom interior furnishings have garnered great respect from clients and designers around the world. His furniture is available nationwide through Ted Boerner and representative showrooms. His Mariposa collection for Henry Hall began when Hall approached him with an idea: to translate Boerner's elegant Nest Sofa for outdoor use. A nine piece collection grew from the idea, with additional pieces in the works. Boerner is based in San Franscisco.
The ARCHES and SERENE dining collections are designed by a co-operative group of Italian furniture designers under the watchful eye of MARCO DOLCINO. ARCHES combines teak, tubular aluminum rods covered in coffee grey acrylic fiber Waprolace® (a synthetic recyclable materal that holds up very well in the outdoors). SERENE combines teak and Waprolace®. This collection includes modular sofas, lounge chairs, dining chairs and tables as well as a day bed.
Henry Hall started his career in furniture in 1989. He has designed parts of the Tru Pure and Mariposa collections, and has also collaborated with other designers. Always at the edge of the design, Henry Hall has become a premium name in indoor and outdoor furniture.
A leading figure product and interior design, furniture, lighting, and art, working with an impressive array of clients over the years including Alessi, Umbra, Prada, Issey Miyake, and Method, Karim has infused consumer culture with his signature Sensual Minimalism. A perennial winner of the Chicago Athenaeum Good Design Award, I.D. Magazine Annual Design Review and Red Dot Award, Karim was also honored early in his career with the prestigious Daimler Chrysler Design Award, and the Brooklyn Museum Young Designer of the Year Award. Recently he received the International Furnishings and Design Association Circle of Excellence Award for Industrial Design and Pratt Legend Award.
Noted English designer John Reeves, winner of the Elle Decoration Future Classic Award, is a designer whose passion lies in working locally and regionally on an interactive level where design is not just communicated but felt. In doing so, John Reeves has honed a particular skill base; travelling, living and adapting to the various cultures and peoples he meets when working with the craftspeople of our planet. These travels not only establish a better understanding of global resources and the relevance a design can have to our global environment. The Flow collection is a perfect example of this philosophy. With its graceful lines reminiscent of smooth river stones, this line is ideal for indoors or out.