The story begins on the shores of the Pacific Ocean, in sunny Los Angeles. There, Steven and Roman – the decorators behind Commune Design – have turned design codes upside down: a holistic vision, an environmentally friendly approach, a daring mix of genres. A style full of eclecticism, echoing the melting pot of the City of Angels, which also hits the spot on the other side of the ocean. Notably in Japan, where the duo designed the Ace Kyoto.
A strong architectural proposal and a constant concern for the planet rewarded by the important Cooper Hewitt National Design Award. In parallel with notable collaborations such as the decoration of Fanny’s restaurant or their work for the Ace Hotel group, the duo opened up to the global artistic landscape by publishing, in 2020, the second version of a plural and singular curation work. A design version of the American dream.