(jana zielinski) Instead of exhibiting his work at the ICFF fair in New York, the American designer Paul Loebach installed his exhibition in the window of the Paul Smith fashion house on Green Street in Soho. He presented his new collection of wooden furniture, inspired by spindles, spinning wheels, and whip tops.
“I can see the future of design only in the implementation of the primordial human need to form our environment as we wish,” says Paul Loebach in regard to his work. He was born in Ohio, studied at the Rhode Island School of Design, and now lives in New York. He comes from a family of German carpenters, a genealogy that has a visible impact on his work. He always designs wooden furniture and accessories. The wood is always perfectly treated, solid, and innovative in its form and aesthetics. One can recognize Paul Loebach’s handwriting at first sight. Both his grandfather and his father should be proud.