Exclusive Radnor Made Furniture and Textiles Launch in New York

Radnor founder Susan Clark presents "Material Interiors," an exhibition that launches three exclusive Radnor Made collections of furniture and textiles, in New York's The Bryant by David Chipperfield Architects. Radnor Made’s Mae Sofa, designed in collaboration with Adam Rogers, faces Loïc Bard’s Bone Dining Table and Chairs. Photography by Matthew Williams.

A brand-new resident has settled in , a luxury condominium by  that overlooks Manhattan’s Bryant Park.  founder Susan Clark has transformed a two-bedroom residence into “Material Interiors,” an exhibition that launches three collections of exclusive Radnor Made textiles and furniture designed in collaboration with Bunn Studio and . Radnor tapped —a multidisciplinary studio led by Robert Highsmith, Ryan Mahoney, and Nadine Lynch—to co-curate the exhibition, a fully functional apartment. The new collections sit atop original herringbone oak floors and honed terrazzo borders, along with works by some of the industry’s brightest budding talents: , , , Workstead, , Egg Collective, , Pelle, and , all designers Radnor represents.

But “Material Interiors” is about more than showcasing new pieces—it’s also a venue for Clark to celebrate the creative community while carving her own niche in the retail landscape. Clark plans to launch Radnor collections through seasonal installations, each “presenting a puzzle of what Radnor needs to add to the collection,” she explains. “I want to always be surrounded by different perspectives, aesthetics, and thought processes—these variations in viewpoint push us to think beyond ourselves and generate even better work.”

Radnor collaborated with Bunn Studio to create the Pillar Series, a line of solid wood seating that evokes classic Danish furniture. Photography by Matthew Williams.
Egg Collective’s Isla Coffee Table and Pete & Nora Floorlamp sit atop Radnor Made’s Halyard Rug, designed in collaboration with Bunn Studio. Photography by Matthew Williams.
The Mae Series features a wooden bed frame with a natural cane headboard. Photography by Matthew Williams. 
Marie Eklund’s hand-carved spoons, each one-of-a-kind, are arranged near Farrah Sit’s Cova Flower Vase. Photography by Matthew Williams.
Workstead’s Tower Pendant presides over Loïc Bard’s Bone Dining Table and Chairs, outfitted with Pat Kim’s Wood Turned Candle Holder. Photography by Matthew Williams.
A Halyard Rug and Mae Desk anchor the office, which features wall art by Oyyo and Barrel Ikebana Planters by Julianne Ahn. Photography by Matthew Williams.

“Material Interiors” displays through the end of June at 16 West 40th Street in New York.

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