A life of beauty, inspiration and creativity
A life of beauty, inspiration and creativity—this is the world that Danao Living considers its own. Inspired by the lush, beautiful surroundings of Bali, the founders of Danao admired how in this tropical setting, everyday life was embraced in its natural environment, with no division between the inside and outside. It was this harmonious energy and soothing relationship with nature that Danao was founded on. Since 2000, it has been the company’s mission to design beautiful and comfortable furniture to enjoy and embrace the outdoors.
This simple philosophy has led Danao Living to become a leading supplier in the global hospitality industry and high-end residential markets. Craftsmanship, professionalism, sophisticated, beautiful design—for close to 15 years, Danao Living has been providing furniture to some of the best hotels and resorts around the world.
We welcome the opportunity to work on new and exciting projects.
Design Principal Ron Radziner, FAIA, and Managing Principal Leo Marmol, FAIA, founded Marmol Radziner in 1989 with a shared vision in mind – to unite building, landscape, interiors, and furnishings with a single modern viewpoint.
“Marmol Radziner’s approach toward design-build is rooted in a Modernist ideology that prizes quality, beauty, and efficiency,” says Leo.
Early in the company’s evolution the principals recognized that, to achieve the quality control they value, they needed a committed in-house team with a wide range of capabilities. Today, the architect-led design-build firm brings together architects, interior designers, landscape architects, construction crews, cabinet makers, metal fabricators, and carpenters all under one practice.
“One way Marmol Radziner connects an interior experience with the surroundings,” says Ron, “is by designing finely detailed furniture whose beauty lies partly in the expression of the materials and construction methods.”
Composed of rich materials like stainless and blackened steel, teak, walnut, and plush fabrics, Marmol Radziner Furniture include collections for indoor and outdoor living.
Marmol Radziner have designed the Desert and Onda Collections.
Ann Marie Vering has a hybrid portfolio of 5-star resorts, restaurants, furniture, products and wellness spas. With an education in architectural engineering, coupled with an artistic background, she creates experiences through architecture, objects and space. Since 2004, Ms. Vering has been a creative source for Danao, designing its Exo, Bond, Unamo and McQueen collections, as well as individual furniture products for the company. Ms. Vering has created and contributed to award winning projects around the globe. Her work has been featured in Interior Design, The Los Angeles Times and The Wall Street Journal.
Brad Ascalon is widely regarded as one of the leading American design voices of his generation. He earned a masters degree in industrial design from New York’s Pratt Institute in 2005; that same year he was recognized by Wallpaper* as one of the “Ten Most Wanted” emerging designers in the world. His eponymous design studio specializes in contract, hospitality and residential furniture, lighting, packaging, consumer products, environment design and development, as well as site-specific art installations and sound compositions. He has been featured in publications including Wallpaper*, The New York Times, Architectural Digest, Intramuros, Whitewall Magazine, Art Review, Esquire, Surface, Dwell, Interior Design, Objekt, Interni and Metropolis.
Brad is currently developing a collection of dining items that will officially launch in April 2015.
An Ohio native, Colin Nourie earned a bachelor of science in industrial design from Ohio State University. After more than a decade of independent design consulting, he founded the design firm Collective Ten in 2013. Mr. Nourie has designed several office furniture systems, casegood collections, lounge seating and dining collections for major brands such as Herman Miller, Geiger, Steelcase, Danao Living, as well as consumer products for Staples, and Proctor & Gamble. Many of his designs have earned several recognitions from GOOD Design, Best of NeoCon, the Spark Awards and the IDSA’s IDEA Awards. Today, Mr. Nourie serves as chief designer for Collective Ten continuing to partner with international clientele from their Cincinnati studio.
Colin is currently developing a collection of dining items that will officially launch in April 2015.
Zara Vardanyan was born in Armenia, raised in Russia, and currently resides in Los Angeles. As a graduate of the Art Center College of Design, Ms. Vardanyan has explored many different design directions and now focuses on design for luxury lifestyles. Her main interests are hospitality and furniture design, and her designs reflect her own personal interests and style.
Zara is currently developing a collection of dining items that will officially launch in April 2015.
You Min Kim
You Min Kim focuses on the relationship between the object and the spatial experience. At the Art Center College of Design, Mr. Kim is currently developing design practices to deepen his understanding of human needs, while merging them with his fine art background. As a functional artist, he explores interactive pieces that are designed to amplify connections between the user and the environment.
You is currently developing a collection of dining items that will officially launch in April 2015.
Daniella Carter is a Southern California native and a graduate (cum laude) of the hands-on architecture program at California Polytechnic University in San Luis Obispo. With a philosophy rooted in the belief that design affects every part of our experience, Daniella approaches each project with an eye for how people move, relate, and interact within a space. Our environment is an intimate part of our everyday experience–it surrounds us, touches us, and colors our perspective. Furniture is the perch from which we see that world, and her designs are a reflection of the inspiration and connection can result from a thoughtfully created piece. A licensed California Architect, Daniella established her design firm, Pretty Smart, in 2008. Her work has been featured on HGTV, Dwell, Interiors and the LA Time and she has a portfolio of high end residential and commercial projects.
Daniella Carter is the designer of the Sette Collection.