The globally inspired collaboration reflects the young designer’s vision of modern nomadic lifestyles.
Theodore Alexander is once again collaborating with a talented designer to bring a new collection to market this season. Set for a soft launch at the Guangzhou Furniture Fair next month, the Xander Noori for Theodore Alexander collection is scheduled for its North American debut at the High Point Market come April.
According to Gregory Heller, Chief Creative Officer of Theodore Alexander, the newest designer collaboration— a 30-piece collection encompassing bedroom, dining, occasional and upholstered furniture — underscores the brand’s evolution as a global lifestyle resource and its ever-evolving aesthetic.
“Xander Noori is a talented young designer inspired by the glamour and mystique of modern nomadic lifestyles,” Heller relates. “His distinctive aesthetic and youthful perspective is expanding Theodore Alexander’s cadre of designer offerings with an exciting new attitude informed by a rich global heritage.”
Known for clean, sinuous lines, graceful silhouettes and a penchant for mixing rugged matte textures and aged surfaces with polished metals and lacquers, Noori describes his new collection as “bold, fresh and easy to use.” Aspirational, yet relatable, the pieces were created to stand on their own or pair well with vintage furnishings and antiques, as well as contemporary looks.
“In designing this collection, my goal was to capitalize on Theodore Alexander’s capability with fine craftsmanship and exquisite finishes, while focusing on achieving appropriate balance, proportion, comfort and functionality,” the designer says.
Rich with distinctive design elements, unique wood, lacquer and metal finishes range from ultra-white plaster tones inspired by historic frescoes, to a Rosewater-tinted accent and an Azure polish reminiscent of the Mediterranean Sea. Indeed, says Heller, “Noori finds inspiration in the traditions that live and thrive along the Silk Road networks and ancient civilizations from the Mediterranean to Southeast Asia. Looking to the past to see what has come before he has created a lifestyle vision right for today.”
About Theodore Alexander: Theodore Alexander is renowned for unmatched craftsmanship, exquisite finishes and extraordinary design. Covering a diversity of periods and styles, their collections encompass thousands of unique lighting, home accents, case goods and upholstered furnishings. Theodore Alexander and its licensed collections (Althorp Living History, Keno Bros. for Theodore Alexander, Jamie Drake for Theodore Alexander, Michael Berman for Theodore Alexander, and Steve Leung for Theodore Alexander)are available throughout the world at fine furniture galleries and design centers. For more information, please visit www.theodorealexander.com.
About Xander Noori: Designer Xander Noori’s eye for clean original styling and love of global discovery imbues everything he touches, from full environments, to furniture, textiles and surface design.With a body of work spanning interiors, product development, and industrial design,he is inspired by the juxtaposition of ancient cultures and contemporary society.As creative design director for the esteemed firm Michael Berman Limited(MBL), he worked alongside the principal on multiple projects encompassing residential, commercial, and hospitality. Many of his contributions while at MBL were nominated for industry awards including the American Society of Furniture Designer’s Pinnacle Awards and the NYC X Design awards with Interior Design Magazine.A recipient of the Interior Designer of To morrow Scholarship he graduated with honors from The Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising (FIDM).