Assembly’s 2013 Collection

Assembly’s 2013 Collection

Presenting new work at Noho Next during ICFF earlier this year, New York-based design studio, Assembly, have a well-rounded collection of lighting and furniture with straightforward shapes and made with honest materials.


Assembly produce high quality products with a forward thinking aesthetic.

The Union table is a sophisticated composition of salvaged marble, blackened steel, and ash.


Compact and cool, the Tres side table can hold its own in a corner or compliment a chair. With an equilateral triangle ash top that is either ink dyed, bleached, or treated with a lavender color wash, the table base is available in aluminum or ash.


A gentle fusion of hand-blown glass and blackened steel, the Right Lamp utilizes a touch technology that allows for elegant on, off, and dimming options.


The Hyde candlesticks are sand cast in aluminum and - by nature of the process – each is slightly different in finish. Featuring a hidden brass plug,the Hyde candlesticks can be stacked or used as separates and accommodate a 3â„4" candle.


Two pieces of bronze mirror are joined perpendicularly in a bleached ash frame to create the Corner mirror. The multiple reflections of the space and objects around the mirror produce a milieu of symmetry and expanse. Wall mountable.


A variation of Assembly’s existing Slight Chair, this copper occasional chair is as petite and luxurious as it is strong. The steel frame is copper plated and hand polished and complimented by a lavender color washed ash seat.


The luxurious A-Floor lounge is made up of three parts: an upholstered wedge, a quilted camel hair cushion filled with buckwheat hulls, and a natural sheepskin throw.

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About the designers: Founded in 2012 by Pete Oyler and Nora Mattingly, Assembly is a New York-based design studio that produces high quality products and interiors with a forward-thinking aesthetic. From furniture and objects, to interior and site-specific installations, Assembly’s approach to design is interdisciplinary in spirit and process. 

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