LeavittWeaver: Limited Luxury

It is customary for businesses to celebrate milestones in intervals of 5 or 10 years, but for Craig Leavitt, Stephen Weaver, and Len Revelli, the 33rd anniversary of their design firm, LeavittWeaver, seemed as good a time as any to launch the company’s most exclusive furniture collection to date. LeavittWeaverONE, a collection of limited-edition and one-off furnishings, debuted in May with an initial offering of 17 pieces that range in price from $3,100 to $15,500. Each numbered piece in the collection, which includes ottomans, tables, and pedestals, features one of the limited hand-applied finishes that the company—past projects of which include the tasting room for the PlumpJack Winery in Oakville, California, and the interior of a private Boeing 737—developed specifically for this line. Standouts within the collection include the Spiral Oval steel table with a dark acid leaf finish ($5,735), of which only one will be made, and the Fuselage D table with a Macassar-veneer finish and polished-aluminum legs ($15,500), of which only 10 will be made. (www.leavittweaver.com)

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