The recipient of just about every award and accolade in the business--including Architectural Digest’s AD 100--Vicente Wolf has been at the top of the NYC design industry for more than 35 years. From a spacious light-filled loft, Wolf and his team build on a passion for design driven by integrity, simplicity, and a global aesthetic. The head of two companies, VW Home by Vicente Wolf and Vicente Wolf Associates, he has a portfolio that ranges from residences to hotels, restaurants, and product design for clients such as Baccarat, Henredon, and Ralph Pucci.
Japanese hand-painted silver leaf four-panel screen depicting winter
landscape with two cranes, circa 1930. Signed in Japanese: "fresh soul celebrate new year" and "on winter season in the year of kou-go." Kou-go is 1 of 60 combination of sexagenary cycle ...
Mid-Century Modern Japanese four-panel teak room divider screen.
The screen features a geometric fretwork pattern of carefully placed teak, held together with lap joints and small nails at the mitered corners. No glue was used. Each panel, 24"W. No maker's ...