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Old Biscayne Designs

310 N. Hamilton St. - Hamilton Court S-210, Floor 2

Shuttle Stop: 18 (Red Line)

Neighborhood: Hamilton Wrenn

Old Biscayne Designs is an artisanal furniture manufacturer of hand-crafted, custom, fine furniture.

In 1990, Old Biscayne Designs (OBD) began manufacturing fine iron beds and wood furniture designs derived from European antiques. Nick and Gretchen Gabrielli welded their cultures; his of Argentine aristocratic elegance and hers of southern simplicity and charm to form a company that crafts and hand-finishes furniture to each customer’s unique specifications. The evolution of the OBD service model is centered around wholesale collaborations with design professionals. OBD is represented by high-end retail furniture stores, wholesale furniture showrooms in all major markets, and independent interior design studios throughout the United States and Canada.

In a world of mass production, OBD honors the art form of one-of-a-kind furniture design. The company currently boasts standard finishing options including 100+ wood finishes and 80+ metal finishes as well as specialty finishing options including gold & silver leafing, weathering, and custom finishes. Other specialty options include various wood species, hardware, mirror accents, original sculpted wood patterns, and hardware.

Every design piece is finished with the Gabrielli signature and year of creation. OBD’s absolute dedication to excellence guarantees that every owner of a Gabrielli design will have the very best.

10am - 11am, October 15

Mastering Furniture Design: Form and Function


310 N. Hamilton St., Hamilton Court S-210 Floor 2

Shuttle Stop: 18 (Red Line)

Design forum featuring a lively discussion and interview with Keith Baltimore, lead designer and owner of Baltimore Design Center, and Gretchen Gabrielli, designer and owner of Old Biscayne Designs. Discussion topics will include how to add drama to the mundane, how to pair function with practicality, and how to overcome design flaws through creative construction and resourceful installation process. Limited seating. Please RSVP by September 28th, 2018.

Speakers: Keith Baltimore, Gretchen Gabrielli

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