Frequency designed by Kelly Wearstler
ORGANIC, MINIMAL AND ABOVE ALL BEAUTIFUL
A dramatic encounter between water and light serves as the inspiration behind the expressive
and powerful Frequency collection from Kelly Wearstler.
The appearance of the bowls and hurricanes encapsulates the splendour of the coast line on the
American West Coast, where the designer resides.
Mirror polished stainless steel, clear glass$199.00
Mirror polished stainless steel, clear glass$249.00
Mirror polished stainless steel$199.00
Mirror polished stainless steel$169.00
Mirror polished stainless steel$99.00
Mirror polished stainless steel$249.00
Large wavy curves of steel are either matched with shiny, floating surfaces that reflect the light with poetic elegance - or paired with delicate handmade glass that beautifully radiates warmth and exclusivity. The end result is a collection filled with attention-grabbing statement pieces.
Known for exceptional interiors and distinctive lifestyle products, Kelly Wearstler is one of America’s most sought-after contemporary designers. Among many other awards and accolades, she has repeatedly been part of Architectural Digest’s prestigious AD100 list and ELLE Décor’s A-List of the world’s best interior designers. Based in Los Angeles, California, Wearstler’s style has become synonymous with West Coast-cool: her multi-faceted interiors reveal a rich sense of materiality, color, and form, as well as a strong narrative approach – every space tells a unique and compelling story.
Some of Wearstler’s most notable projects include the BG Restaurant at Bergdorf Goodman, the San Francisco Proper Hotel, the Four Seasons Anguilla, and an array of private residences around the world. Wearstler joins the Georg Jensen family with the launch of Frequency, a six piece home accessories collection that will debut in Spring 2019. The series reveals a bold and truly original iteration of the Scandinavian design tradition, as Wearstler cleverly reinterpreted the organic forms and crisp, modern lines that have been at the heart of Georg Jensen’s design language for centuries.