Wolf-Gordon is a thriving wallcovering company with family roots and an eye for design. Founded in 1967 by Melvin Wolf and Bernard Gordon today it is in the hands of the next generation. Wolf-Gordon distinguishes itself through its innovative in-house design team and their outstanding ‘Designer’ collections created by many of the leading graphic, interior, textile and architectural working today. They have supported students of the Harvard School of Design by means of a design competition and have a strong commitment to lightening their environmental footprint both in the manufacturing process and in the development of an ‘organics’ collection. ‘We’re grateful for how far we’ve come and look forward to pushing things further’.
Designers featured in Art of Wallpaper
Petra Blaisse, The Netherlands: Petra Blaisse is the principal of the Dutch textile, interior and landscape design group Inside Outside. She has gained international acclaim for her design of and creative use of woven materials.
Karim Rashid, Canada: Karim Rashid is an industrial designer whose perspective and clients are global. He considers himself a pluralist and, as such applies his talents to architecture, interiors, fashion, furniture, lighting and art. The Digital Nature Collection is an extention of Karim’s work and interest in digital technology and geometry.
Laurinda Spear, United States: As a founding principal in the Miami based architecture firm Architectonica, Laurinda Spear has designed iconic buildings all over the world. More recently, she has designed products and furniture for the residential market. Geo Graphics is her second collection for Wolf-Gordon.