On a recent trip to beautiful New Zealand we visited the Shapeshifter exhibit in Lower Hutt. Over the past twelve years, the show has evolved to become one of the premier sculpture exhibitions in New Zealand and a significant part of the visual arts program ...Read More
Research and development of new materials and techniques is one of our favorite parts of the custom process and one of the things that our clients know sets us apart. When our designers are asked “How can we do this?” the Lusive team loves to present a myriad of options that allow endless possibilities…Read More
Lusive are proud to have worked with Forrest Perkins’ San Francisco office on the remodel of the ballrooms at Hilton San Francisco Union SquareRead More
In Seattle this week we stopped by Chihuly Garden and Glass – a new exhibit at the Seattle Center.Read More
The VIVIER Column with cobochon crystals and a stacked frame in luxurious polished black nickel is a taste of this new LUXE collection. We were thrilled to be part of the winning team in the 2nd NEWH New York Chapter Product RunwayRead More
The movers and shakers in L.A. hospitality met at the Hotel Wilshire for a keynote address and tours of the newly renovated Hotel Wilshire by designers Christian Schnyder and Erika Zoeller from KNA Design.Read More
Over the course of a career spanning nearly 50 years, artist James Turrell has created a vast body of work exploring the properties of light, perception, architecture and the space of the viewer. Our team visited this amazing retrospective of Turrell’s work...Read More
GIVING is an important part of the Lusive manifesto – and the Lusive team put their best feet forward last weekend in support of the BOOK ENDS 5K/10K Book Dash 2013.Read More
We are thrilled to have worked with Dawson Design on Viceroy’s Hotel Zetta in San Francisco as featured in the September issue of Hospitality Design.
Their designs for this unique space called for the repurposing and recycling of some fascinating materials - eyeglasses, antique chandeliers and industrial materials.