Frame nightstand white. FRA-03B frame collection. Design by Luis Pons. Two drawers nightstand featuring a walnut finish interior. Antique bronze steel legs. White finish Frame segments. Measures: 27” W x 23” H x 17” D, 69cm W x 59cm H x 44cm D. Frame: Through functional explorations of the classic frame molding, the frame collection probes the duality of surface and substance. No longer limited to corners or edges, the molding transforms from a peripheral enhancement of furniture’s surface to a global covering that redefines its substance. Luis Guillermo Pons is an award-winning designer and the founder of Luis Pons D-LAB, an architecture and design firm based in Miami, Florida. He is “interested in design that really speaks to people who want to engage in a conversation with it, design whose ultimate purpose is revealed by the user, design that allows for the possibility of change, design that touches the senses.” A native of Caracas, Venezuela, Pons’ design vision extends to different areas of design, encompassing everything from interior design to the design of jewelry, objects furniture and illumination. Pons’ designs have been featured in leading domestic and international publications including Architectural Digest, Arquitectura Y Diseño, Architecture & Wohnen, Balthazar L’Magazine de l’Homme, Casas, Elle DéCOR, Hotel Design, House & Garden, Interior Design, Metropolitan Home and Vogue. His works appear in numerous design books, including THE TROPICAL MODERN HOUSE (Rizzoli) and MIAMI INTERIORS (Taschen) and have been featured at leading international art and design expositions, including Art Basel, (Basel, Switzerland and Miami, USA) and the International Furniture Fair (Milan, Italy). Luis Pons D-LAB’s projects include private residences, hotels, and commercial properties. Pons’ furniture collections include “Frame,” the “Beach Collection,” “Illusion” and the “Panama Collection” (created especially for the Guanhani Resort, St. Bart’s). His lighting, jewelry and other design collections include “Mutables” “Rain” and “Uno.” A frequent guest on television, Pons himself was host and presenter of “Así se Hace” (“This is how it’s done”), the first-ever home improvement genre television program produced weekly in Spanish for the US Hispanic and Latin American markets. About Luis Pons D-LAB Luis Pons D-LAB is a conceptual design laboratory that operates from the assumption that experience is mutable. Everything is not just open to interpretations, everything is open to reinterpretation, and that doorway never closes. Founder Luis Pons expresses a delight in the potential of materials, spaces, and places to be more than simply inanimate recipients of admiration – he wants them to be touched and played with, fully experienced – he wants people to be fully engaged in their surroundings. As a result his architecture, interiors, installations, and even furnishings have a dynamic energy that is unique. Inanimate objects come to life, acting as catalysts that invite people to discover more about themselves and their environment. New systems emerge by taking objects out of their context and reintroducing them in surprising ways with a sense of humor, magic, and surprise. Rejecting the separation between buildings and their interiors, Luis Pons D-LAB designs from the inside out, thinking always in terms of systems. Form and function are mutated to reveal new meanings and interpretations of objects. In Luis Pons’ designs it is not just that things are not what they seem, sometimes, they are not even what they are.