Jonathan Burden is proud to be a licensing partner of the Sir John Soane’s Museum in London. We are amongst a group of selected partners whose products promote awareness of Sir John Soane’s Museum and generate valuable income to support its work.
‘Stand and Deliver’. The March 2015 issue of Elle Decor features our black painted model stand designed by Sir John Soane in the ‘What’s Hot’ section. Pick up a copy today!
We love Miles Redd. We love how he uses bright bold colors to liven up and enhance his fresh interiors that are rooted in tradition. He chose our wonderful Aesthetic Movement burl walnut drum table by Gillows of Lancaster, marked by its strong blue felt top, as one of his picks on 1stdibs.com.
New York based Interior Designer Michael Tavano shops Jonathan Burden on theHighboy.com and picks our pair of American Art Deco Style Side Tables and our Architectural Model of a Staircase. See his carefully crafted look!
On November 20th Jonathan Burden hosted the hot new, young and fun destination website for antiques called theHighboy.com and a panel discussion called ‘The Future of Antiques’.
The legendary decorator Tony Ingrao picks German furniture designer Max Eicke’s “Grind” Coffee Table as one of his favorite items on 1stdibs.com! We have a long relationship representing the talented young designer and offer his pieces, including this coffee table and his popular Diamond Chairs, here in our gallery.
French designer Caroline Sarkozy and architect Laurent Bourgois pick our Large Scale Photograph of Sir John Soane’s model of the Pantheon, Rome for Saturday Shopping on 1stdibs! The photograph is part of our ‘Inspired by Soane’ collection that includes other photographs of Sir John Soane’s models and model stands from his Model Room.
Independent interior designer Mark Cunningham picks our Arts and Crafts Style Dining-table and Chinese Stone Table for Saturday Shopping on 1stdibs! Mark began his career designing boutiques for Ralph Lauren before starting his own firm. Our two tables perfectly adhere to Mark’s aesthetic of neutral palettes with rustic yet modern touches!
Jonathan Burden is proud to be debuting one of our Black painted Model Stands designed by Sir John Soane alongside the products of other Inspired by Soane licensees at the Sir John Soane’s Museum Booth (B19) at Decorex International in Syon Park.
Perhaps its his love of Morocco or his traditional style mixed with great flair that decorator to rock-stars and royalty Christopher Hodsoll picks our wooden Camel in the latest ‘Style Compass‘ column on 1stdibs.com!