Architectural Digest Home Design Show 2015

I am looking forward to exhibiting at the Architectural Digest Home Design Show again this year. I will be exhibiting a mixture of new pieces and familiar favorites from previous years. If you are not on my email list please take a moment to sign up via the form at the bottom of the page so that you can receive a promo code for free tickets.

I will be in Booth M146 Walk in the entrance, make a left and walk down the center aisle of the Made Section. My booth is on the right side of the aisle. Show website

See you all soon

Nico

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Nico YektaiBy Nico Yektai -
New York based designer/maker Nico Yektai opened the doors to his Hamptons studio in 1995 after completing the MFA program at the School For American Craft at the Rochester Institute of Technology. The rigorous technical training complimented his background in Art History, which he studied, at Hobart College in Geneva NY. Yektai has synthesized this background into a singular style that has gained him national attention. Visit nicoyektai.com for more information




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Proteus Candleholders: Magnetic Variation

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Proteus Candleholders
Sapele, Cast Concrete and Aluminum – small, medium & large

The Proteus candleholders are designed to magnetically attract into small clusters, large centerpieces or can be displayed as individual pieces. The magnetic “click” is a curiosity and will engage you in the dance of fining the right orientation of the holders for them to attract. The hiders are sold in matched pairs in small, medium or large size. Each pair is comprised of a positive and a negative holder. the magnets are placed at right angles to one another on the flat faces of the holders. The video below will demonstrate this better than I can with words. The magnetic bond is not enough to permanently hold them together, but rather, helps to encourage the look of the composition.

Some of the most dramatic centerpieces evolve when groups of three are “connected” and the remaining ones are spread out as individuals. The possibilities are endless and I have not even mentioned the candles yet! Each holder comes with a removable aluminum ring. Leave the ring in place when using a tall candle. By the way great care was taken to match the most common candle taper. I hate wobbly candles! Remove the aluminum ring and you can now use a tea candle.

Available for sale from the following link

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Nico YektaiBy Nico Yektai -
New York based designer/maker Nico Yektai opened the doors to his Hamptons studio in 1995 after completing the MFA program at the School For American Craft at the Rochester Institute of Technology. The rigorous technical training complimented his background in Art History, which he studied, at Hobart College in Geneva NY. Yektai has synthesized this background into a singular style that has gained him national attention. Visit nicoyektai.com for more information




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Interior Design Best Of Year Awards: Pontus Table

BOY Awards 2013: Nico Yektai

I am delighted to announce that my Pontus Console table is in the running for an Interior Design Magazine Best of Year Award. The BOY Awards honor the most innovative furniture and accessories from the past year. The competition looks quite stiff this year in my category, residential coffee & console tables. I am going to need some help to make the finals again! Every vote counts so many thanks for taking the time to vote and/or spreading the word.

Voting is open October 1-11

Vote Now!

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Nico YektaiBy Nico Yektai -
New York based designer/maker Nico Yektai opened the doors to his Hamptons studio in 1995 after completing the MFA program at the School For American Craft at the Rochester Institute of Technology. The rigorous technical training complimented his background in Art History, which he studied, at Hobart College in Geneva NY. Yektai has synthesized this background into a singular style that has gained him national attention. Visit nicoyektai.com for more information




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