A set of leather Adirondack chairs, rice paper lamps, and an edition of Charles and Ray Eames’s Plywood Sculpture are among the handcrafted furnishings and decorations installed in and around the house and gardens of late landscape architect James Rose in Ridgewood, New Jersey, as part of the new exhibition At The Rose House. The show displays new designs by furniture and interiors studio Green River Project LLC alongside contemporary pieces from 20th-century designers including Eames, Nancy Holt, and Anne Truitt.
The installation is a collaborative endeavor between Green River Project LLC and Object & Thing. Objects on display take cues from the work
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