Design on Screen: Novità Clients As Seen on TV

We see design everywhere.

In our homes. At the office. In public places. We even see design when we’re propped up on our couches, enjoying the most recent season of our favorite shows.

So, just to make sure you don’t miss any (and to justify binging some of your favorite shows), we’ve compiled a roundup of some recent sightings of our clients and their show-stopping (pun intended) products as seen on TV.

The Bear x Turf
You might recognize the Michelin-starred restaurant Ever from Season 2, Episode 7 “Forks” of The Bear. In a scene where Richie “Cousin” Jerimovich works at a high-end restaurant (Ever IRL), Turf’s Datum ceiling baffles steal the show. In real life, the use of these baffles drowns out distractions to allow diners to focus on the food above all else.

Succession x Room & Board
Spotted in Logan Roy’s moody townhouse, Room & Board’s Leather Boden Chair appears on the hit TV series Succession. The Boden’s dramatic angles and firm seat are an apt inclusion to the statement items in Logan’s library – perhaps symbolic of Brian Cox’s powerful character himself.

Severance x Ceramics of Italy
Lumon Industries, the corporation at the heart of Apple TV+’s hit show Severance, may be fictional but the iconic building is not! It’s in Holmdel, New Jersey. Designed in 1959 by famed architect Eero Saarinen, the mid-century building looks like a modernist cathedral, serving as the perfect filming location for the imaginary corporate headquarters. Now entitled Bell Works, the prestigious building underwent a renovation headed by Alexander Gorlin Architects utilizing a spread of Italian ceramic and porcelain tiles from Imola Ceramica and Mirage.

Billions x David Weeks Studio
Lighting from David Weeks Studio is a set designer’s dream: statement-making minimalism without stealing the spotlight. If you’re a fan of Billions you may have spotted the Torroja Standing Lamp inside Bobby Axelrod’s swanky, glass-walled penthouse in Season 4.

Emily in Paris x Lodes
The fantastique, atmospheric, and portable lamps that feature on each table in Gabriel’s restaurant in Emily in Paris are LodesEasy Peasy in Flamingo, designed by Luca Nichetto.