Moritz Hammer (KGM Architectural Lighting), James Hunter (TWG design principal), Jessica Barnard (TWG designer), and Mauricio Muñoz (TWG design principal)
This time last year The Wiseman Group was fêted by Therien & Co. at their La Cienega showroom in Los Angeles. The occasion? The publication of TWG's book,
. It was fitting that the SoCal company played host to the San Francisco-based Wiseman Group: Therien,
ad deep roots in the San Francisco Bay Area before opening a Los Angeles showroom in the late 1980s.
JP Hayden (Hayden & Fandetta Rare Books) and
cia Sims (Therien)
Chase Roberson (TWG) and Andrew Huge (Deloitte Consulting)
Kirsten Honeyman (TWG blog author) and Michael Danahy (Writer/Producer)
Devin Donner (Rudin Donner Design, Inc.)
and Bill Dono
hoe (Donohoe Design Works)
Kevin Peters (TWG CEO)
The company is a purveyor of timeless period antiques, but in keeping with shifting design tastes, has also created a division devoted to 20th Century classics. Thus their location on La Cienega Boulevard is known throughout the U.S. and Europe as a one-stop source of premier quality decorative arts.
Mary Kate Spach and Tim Barber (both of Tim Barber Ltd. Architecture), Keith Granet (Granet Associates), and Brenda Mickel (TWG design principal)
Lauren Fulton (all of
Guests were able to wander among the company's several showrooms and take in their lovely contents. CEO Kevin Peters greeted guests and Paul Wiseman signed books during the event. Wiseman Group Designers, Mauricio Munoz, Brenda Mickel, and James Hunter mingled with guests and sipped celebratory wine.
Phaedra Wilson (Munder Skiles)
Chozen and TWG client
Tom Stanley, Ron Woodson (Woodson & Rummerfield's), and Rocky La Fleur (Kneedler|Fauchère)
Paul Wiseman (TWG founder and president)
An after-party dinner was hosted by The Wiseman Group at nearby Ago. All in all, a lovely evening!