My husband had the envious task of redesigning the new studio space for Teague in down town Seattle. Roger is one of the creative directors there at Teague and has very good taste, (if i'm not a little biased, hee hee!) The new location for Teague couldn't be better, it's one bock from Pikes Place Market and the Seattle Art Museum. It was an exciting move for the studio and a chance to establish it self as one of the leading design studios in the world.
In the months leading up to the move he spent many hours trawling the internet for interesting furniture and wallpapers. I think he was in heaven shopping with Teague's money, able to buy the type of furniture he would pick for our home, if we had that kind of budget! Being the oldest industrial design company in the world (87 years and counting) the studio had too have a very classic but modern feel. He had to read the line of paying homage to the unique heritage, while also communicating that Teague today is still very much relevant. He introduced me to many sensational furniture designers that really understand the importance of pattern. So thanks Rog for inspiring todays Pattern Occurring Picks Furniture.
Erwan and Remy bouroullec