by Patricia Dobashi
The heart of 20th-century furniture and design beats the most ardently in Amsterdam, which has been the center of fine art for centuries. You’ll remember from your art history classes that most of the Old Masters lived in this rich and acculturated Dutch city in which art and fine furniture have always been a requirement for a life well lived.
The breeding ground today for mid-century and modern design is expanding to stunning new showrooms and galleries, including that of Judith Wolberink’s whose eponymous showroom is not just revered but depended upon by designers, modern design aficionados and museum collectors for Judith’s extraordinary representation of furniture, lighting and objects of the 20th-century, many of which are utterly spectacular, all of them of ultimate quality—and everything discovered by Wolberink’s expert eye and uncanny sense for the absolute, perfect piece. Read full article here