They say when you reach a certain age you’ve officially “grown-up.” At YGD we eschew that theory. There is always room for new growth, room to push back against the ordinary and find the extraordinary seed within. With our newest collection “Against the Grain” we’re expanding our boundaries to explore new shapes and materials in design. This collection focuses on wood designs that go against the traditions of the material. These offerings in geometric and organic shapes, allow the viewer to see this material in a new way and leave them with a sense of wonder.
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It's been QUITE a year and we're all pretty happy to see the end of it. That said, a celebration is always in order, so we're here to bring you some of the highlights of our YGD year.
First up, a showcase of the amazing projects we've have the pleasure to work on this year. From workplace to home we've created some spectacular pieces with and for you. View all of our projects here.
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These recent showcases highlight YGD's stellar lighting, screen, and sculptural design. With Good Geometry, we're covering good design from every angle. From triangle to trapezoid we're making it a point to highlight designs and projects that showcase excellent geometric designs in lighting, screen, or sculptural form. You've got to Iscocolsee it! Click here or below to check it out!
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Well well well, look HUE it is! One of our favorite chandeliers in Interior Design Magazine's Spring Market Tabloid. The Cut Outs is an imaginative acrylic chandelier that takes inspiration from the works of Calder, Miro, and the wild artistic inspiration that can be seen on the streets and in the architecture of cities like New York, Milan, and others. Built with acrylic pieces in primary colors, The Cut Outs can always be customized to create a signature look. Color, shapes, and materials are all open to interpretation. Perhaps a mirrored or metallic version of this piece? Maybe you need it in neutral or jewel tones? Looking to remove or add more lighting? We can do it all! Check out more about The Cut Outs and our full Year 3000 collection now.
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Safina’s private dining room, within the InterContinental Houston Hotel at Texas Medical Center, showcases YGD’s “Sunlight on a Cloudy Evening” light sculpture. The restaurant pays homage to wellness-driven food and it was important to incorporate saturated colors found in nature within our design to inspire, uplift and enlighten dinner conversations.
Inova Corporate Center in Denver was a hot property that came on the market. Formerly known as Dry Creek Corporate Center, it was purchased and rebranded as Inova Dry Creek. It houses major companies and offer amenities such as a light rail shuttle and rotating food trucks. We worked with Waring Associates to produce one of our signature designs, Trapeze 3.0, for the lobby space. This modern, complex workplace design is a burst of inspiration for employees and customers entering the space.