Ralph Pucci: Robert Bristow tables
This low, stout, marble-topped table, good to gang with others, fine to go it alone, stands on an open-side box of unstained maple and walnut. It is the brainchild of Robert Bristow, perhaps not coincidentally a former assistant to architect Paul Rudolph, the originator of Neo-Brutalism. Topped with a crisp block of white or black Danby marble.
Manhattan’s Ralph Pucci recently introduced a collection of light fixtures by acclaimed French architect and furniture designer Patrick Naggar. Meant to resemble large drops of light, his hand-blown Murano glass vessels (available in six colors) are complemented by solid bronze stands. Floor, table and wall versions available. Trade only.