Fresh off the cover of this month’s Architectural Digest, LA designer Jeremiah Brent launched his new homewares portal Atrio this week, with a party at the flagship showroom in Culver City. The new brick-and-mortar shop, part of the the independent design hub Platform, displays a hand-selection of ‘elevated everyday items’ for sale – artisanal and well designed objects for the home that come with a backstory. These items and more are available through the website for customers in the domestic US.
Along with French cookware, tableware by Sergio Herman and Vincent Van Duysen, pottery by Jane D’Haene and decorative artwork by Zane Taylor, Brent has lined up a number of designer collaborations with artists like Montana Labelle of Toronto and Barcelona’s Marta Bonilla, an accomplished ceramicist with a line of exclusive vessels. The idea is that each piece will become an instant heirloom.
Atrio has its own in-house flower shop and a restaurant called Juliet is forthcoming.