Courtney Coleman and her partner Bill Brockschmidt attribute their attention to detail to their architectural educations and avid appreciation for design history and preservation. Courtney received her degree in architecture from Mississippi State University and worked as an architect with Ferguson & Shamamian Architects, then as a designer with David Easton, Inc. She was a founding Fellow of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art, where she served as volunteer Chair of the Public Programs Committee for many years. She also served on the Board of Directors of The Decorators Club where she established a residential design scholarship competition for NYC area design schools.
Munder Skiles’s unusual shapes and details, as well as their beautiful finishes, bring another level of refinement to any setting. The Chareau chair could work just as well as a statement piece in a living room as in a grouping on a porch, and the Trudo chair looks like an especially pretty heirloom antique.
Courtney Coleman & Bill Brockschmidt
Brockschmidt & Coleman
Chareau 6 Outdoor Wicker Chair
Baja Tu Sombra (Under Your Shadow) Lamps
Lamella Pedestal Bowl