Art—in all of its infinite forms—is the catalyst for what Thomas Fuchs does. He’s a furniture designer, creator of stunning Venetian glass, an avid painter…and so much more. Art—is his passion.
And that passion passes on through his work. While training in fine arts at the Corcoran School of Art & Design, Fuchs developed a classical aesthetic with a modern twist that he incorporates into everything he does.
Also, his use of the “Golden Mean”—designing within a geometric construct that has proven to be aesthetically pleasing to the eye—has heavily informed his work. This twist on tradition, whether it’s creating chandeliers for a church in Aix-en-Provence and high-end department store Bergdorf Goodman, designing slightly sinister stemware based on the macabre hit “Dexter”, or showcasing various other projects in hotels such as the Ritz-Carlton in Miami, the Bellagio and Venetian in Las Vegas, has made Fuchs highly sought after by designers, architects, interior decorators, and a plethora of artisans.
Thomas Fuchs is a creator constantly being inspired, creating work that is always inspiring.