Rooms Studio brings its carefully considered eclecticism to New York’s Emma Scully Gallery

Intersecting Europe and Asia along the soaring Caucasus Mountains—the tallest in the region—Georgia is a country steeped in history. Ancient monasteries and Orthodox churches with classical ornamentation juxtapose Soviet Era tower blocks. For local design duo Rooms Studio—Nata Janberidze and Keti Toloraia— this rich heritage serves as an abundant source of inspiration for their interiors, furnishings, and objet d’art.

The practice experiments with a diverse arsenal of noble and natural materials to handcraft pieces that are both contemporary and referential in composition. Stone, terrazzo, cast iron, beeswax, wood, cotton, and Himalayan wool pile. The Tbilisi Academy of Art’s trained pair always seems to add an architectonic quality and distinctly

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