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JIUN HO INTRODUCES BOLDLY DIVERSE NEW TEXTILE COLLECTION REFLECTING GLOBAL LANDSCAPE AND CULTURAL INFLUENCES 2017, September 12

Noted furnishings and interiors designer Jiun Ho announces his first textile collection, Jiun Ho Textile, available through Jiun Ho representative showrooms in major markets—initially Holland & Sherry in New York, Atlanta, Chicago, and Washington, DC.

A passionate designer and traveler, Jiun Ho is spiritually and artistically inspired by the world’s incredible diversity of landscapes and cultures. Jiun Ho Textile captures the beauty of global terrains and peoples. Many of the designs are deft adaptations from the designer’s own photography.

This initial launch of the collection, titled Salar, numbers twenty unique designs and 132 SKU—many colors in each pattern. The first spark of inspiration for them arose during Jiun Ho’s travels in South America, specifically to the salt flats and deserts of Bolivia, Ecuador, Peru, and Chile, with their strikingly colored red lakes, flamingos, skies, and pampas.

The materials range from linn to cotton, velvet, chenille, and satin, using fibers of the highest quality, and can be used in a variety of applications, from window treatments to furniture upholstery. In the manufacturing, Jiun Ho is closely collaborating with leading mills in Italy and beyond.

The collection will soon grow to encompass many more unique designs, grouped into families based on the geographical region of their inspiration. It will include hundreds of distinct colorways, including many different neutrals, allowing for innumerable color combinations.

Jiun Ho came to the United States from his native Malaysia to study design and worked for several leading interior design firms before opening his own studio in San Francisco fifteen years ago. He quickly became known for his sensuous interiors that combine a minimal aesthetic and global inspirations. This led to to Jiun Ho’s furniture and lighting collections, now offered in multiple showrooms throughout the United States.

Working out of his San Francisco gallery, Jiun Ho de Jia, the designer and his team are surrounded by art, objects, and antiques from throughout the world. The gallery also provides a showcase for Jiun Ho’s ever-evolving signature collections. Visitors have the opportunity to acquire pieces unobtainable anywhere else.

Jiun Ho has been nominated for an Interior Design Best of Year award, and his designs have been published in Elle Decor, Interiors, the New York Times, Luxe, Architectural Digest, and numerous other publications in the United States and internationally. He has been invited to participate in leading show houses and to take part in design forums, panel presentations, and other special events around the world.


JIUN HO AND MICHEAL STEINBERG PRESENT: HAND OVER HAND 2017, May 22

New York: Jiun Ho Inc. and Michael Steinberg Fine Art are pleased to announce Hand Over Hand, the debut of an on-going series of art exhibitions to be curated by Michael Steinberg and hosted by Jiun Ho @ Dennis Miller NY. The opening reception will take place on May 22nd, 2017 from 5:30 – 8:00 PM.

 Hand Over Hand features the work of five artists, Cora Cohen, Larry Poons, Stephen Pusey, Brie Ruais and Kikuo Saito, all of whose works make manifest the hand of the artist. While sharing many qualities - gestural, tactile, lyrical and expressive - the selected works demonstrate a diverse sampling of the nearly endless varieties of mark making found in contemporary art. As an exhibition, Hand Over Hand is also transgenerational with artists ranging in age from thirty-five to eighty.

 Cora Cohen was born in Manhattan in 1943, Her work draws from contemporary urban and philosophical sources. Her paintings, altered x-rays, and drawings are based on seemingly contradictory ways of seeing and making. As acts of erasure follow figuration, discernible imagery gives way to uncertainty, waywardness, and displacement.

 Cohen’s first major solo exhibition was held at the Everson Museum of Art in 1974. She became increasingly interested in the notion of painting informed by a world outside of the self-reflexive concerns of modernism and postmodernism and during this period made paintings that affirmed the medium’s capacity to extend beyond a rectilinear format. A traveling exhibition, Cora Cohen: paintings and altered x-rays 1983-1996, and additional solo and group exhibitions, brought her critical recognition in the United States and Europe.

 Larry Poons is an abstract painter who was born in Tokyo, Japan. He rose to prominence in the 1960s with paintings of circles and ovals on solid—often brilliantly colored—backgrounds. His work moved away from the optical art towards looser and more painterly abstract canvases. His work is associated with Op Art, Hard-edge painting, Color Field painting, Lyrical Abstraction and Abstract Expressionism.

 He was given his first one-man exhibition in 1963 at Richard Bellamy’s famed Green Gallery, and in 1965 his work was included in MoMA’s celebrated exhibition, "The Responsive Eye." In 1969, Poons was the youngest artist featured in curator Henry Geldzahler’s landmark survey, "New York Painting and Sculpture, 1940-1970." In 1981 the MFA Boston organized an exhibition of his paintings from the 1970s. The work of Larry Poons is included in major museum and private collections throughout the United States and abroad.

 Stephen Pusey was born in London and graduated from St. Martins School of Art. In 1986, he exhibited at PS1 (MoMA PS1) after which New York became his domicile. During the following years, Pusey experimented with various forms including digital and networked media.

Concurrent with his explorations in the digital realm, Pusey continued exhibiting and working with physical material. Between 2003 and 2004, he exhibited a 9 x 20 foot Abstract graphite mural at the Slought Foundation, Philadelphia. The following year his Abstract paintings and graphite installations were shown at Hermes, New York. The artist has had various solo and group exhibitions in New York City and internationally including Michael Steinberg Fine Art and, in 2013, at Guided by Voices.

 Brie Ruais was born in 1982, in Southern California. She lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Merging the movements and weight of her body with hunks of clay, Brie Ruais stomps, kicks, stretches, wedges, rakes, and pulls this earthy material into abstract, organic forms that serve as beguilingly beautiful records of her actions. Listing Ana Mendieta and feminist theory as influences, she sees her work as a feminist version of Richard Serra’s. Ruais’s projects begin with a set of instructions, which she carries out quickly, infusing the clay with the energy of her process. With heavily worked surfaces finished with richly colored glazes, her pieces recall landscapes, abstract paintings, and the contours of the body itself.

 Ruais had solo exhibitions at Nicole Klagbrun Gallery and Mesler/Feuer in New York and participated in group exhibitions at the American University Museum, in Washington D.C and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, MA.

 Kikuo Saito was born in Tokyo, Japan in 1939 and moved to New York City in 1966. His knowledge of choreography and stage direction have directly influence his approach to painting. Typically, he painted on the floor, circling and moving over the canvas to create each composition. The resultant works are rhythmic, gestural and expressionistic. His rich constellations of gestural works offer deliberate evidence of the artist’s hand. Shifts in density, scale, tone, and intensity of strokes suggest that each gesture occupies an individual position.

Saito has had solo and group exhibitions both nationally and internationally. His work is included in in public and private collections such as The Museum of Modern Art, New York; The Aldrich Museum, Connecticut; Duke University Museum of Art, North Carolina; AT&T Collection, New York; Estee Lauder Collection, New York; J.P. Morgan Chase Collection, New York and the World Bank, Washington, D.C.

 The innovative and multi-disciplinary Jiun Ho Inc, founded by Jiun Ho, includes Jiun Ho Furniture, Jiun Ho Light, Jiun Ho Textile, Jiun Ho Interiors and Jiun Ho de Jia, a gallery and atelier that showcase Jiun’s hand-selected art and antiques. In 2016, the Company launched Jiun Ho @ Dennis Miller NY followed by Jiun Ho Chicago. These expediential showrooms blend the line between a traditional showroom and residence, integrating artwork, ceramics, and antiquities

 Jiun is celebrated for translating a minimal aesthetic with a global worldview, extensive travel, modern and elemental materials, contrasting textures and clean lines inform his original, balanced and harmonious designs. He is the recipient of numerous awards and his products and interiors have been published in leading national and international publications. His designs are available in premiere showrooms throughout the United States, Canada and select international locations.

 Michael Steinberg Fine Art is a curatorial, art advisory and publishing company based in New York City. Steinberg draws on fifty years of experience in the New York gallery world. His interests and expertise extend from established post-war artists through the most contemporary emerging careers and ranges through all media from painting, works on paper, sculpture and installation to photography and digital media.


'AFRICA' COLLECTION OF OUTDOOR FABRICS DESIGNED BY JIUN HO DEBUT AT PARIS DECO OFF Mariaflora and Filippo Uecher Launch New Textural Visions on Right Bank 2016, December 15

(December 15, 2016) – The Mariaflora brand of outdoor fabrics will present an Africa-themed collection from California designer and inveterate traveler Jiun Ho, an intriguing – if not entirely unique collaboration – that will be unveiled at Paris Deco Off, January 19 to 23, 2017.

There are five patterns in Mariaflora’s Africa Collection, and three of them will actually be shown on Jiun Ho’s furniture designs during Paris Deco Off.  The collection will be displayed along with new Filippo Uecher fabrics in two Left Bank showrooms laid out by Jiun to have a seamless flow. The showrooms are entered at 53 rue de Seine.

Mariaflora is a brand of high-end outdoor fabrics woven at a mill owned and operated by the Filippo Uecher family in the mountains of Italy. Africa represents Mariaflora’s first collaboration with an outside designer.

“Filippo and I share an interest in traveling the world, and we have love for the continent of Africa – South Africa, Mozambique, Botswana, Tanzania, Zimbabwe,” says Jiun. “I have had the urge to design a fabric collection for the longest time, and to collaborate with Mariaflora was the perfect solution.”

Named after some of the most exclusive game reserves in Botswana, one of Jiun’s favorite safari destinations, the fabric patterns depict a stylized version of the plains, desert, dry rocks and riverbeds of Africa.  

Mariaflora’s Africa Collection will include five patterns: Mombo, Jao, Linyanti, Vumbura and Okavango. Each pattern will be offered in six colors: Terracotta, Green, Blue, Turquoise, Grey/Charcoal, and White/Beige.

“Red is not the most common color to see in outdoor fabrics but we came up with a golden red that reminds of African sunsets,” says Jiun, adding, “The tactile quality of the fabrics is remarkable. They are beautifully woven and soft to the touch.”  

Woven on both dobby and jacquard looms, Mariaflora textiles are directed towards the residential market, though the brand has been used in both hospitality and commercial settings. The fabrics are woven with 100% Solution Dyed Acrylic at Mariaflora’s mill in Biella, Italy. 

Filippo Uecher will also be presenting two new collections made entirely of natural fiber:

  • Tintoretto – four new stripe patterns woven in 100% linen. The quality of fabric will be similar to the Bernini Collection introduced last fall.
  • Donatello – geometric designs woven on jacquard looms, including a new houndstooth construction in linen and cotton and raffia woven in cotton/linen.

 

BACKGROUND

Jiun Ho is renowned for his sensuous interiors and furniture that blend his minimal aesthetic with global inspirations. Jiun has traveled to over 110 countries, and fuses his firsthand experiences with the art and design of these cultures into his work. His passion for travel, great food and fine wine inspired him to create a lifestyle exploration gallery/showroom/studio in San Francisco that boasts art, objects and antiques from around the world and provides visitors a look at the global cultures that have inspired Jiun throughout his career.

Filippo Uecher has been weaving textiles for over 35 years. He graduated from the School of Textiles in Biella, Italy, a region which has been producing fabrics since the early 11th century, and he worked in the family’s furnishings fabrics business. A decade ago he launched the Mariaflora brand of sophisticated indoor-outdoor fabrics, named after his grandmothers, with his wife, Elena Dondi, and recently he launched an eponymous line of elegant indoor fabrics made with high-quality natural fibers inspired by the Italian style and tradition.

J. Samuel Textiles is the U.S. representative for the AURA, Filippo Uecher Collection, Johnstons of Elgin, J. Samuel, and Mariaflora textile mills in Belgium, Italy and Scotland. J. Samuel was established by Justin S. Strauss and his parents, Sherry and Richard, who have a combined 80 years’ experience in the textile industry. Catering to the interior design trade, J. Samuel curates high-end fabrics from mills that pride themselves on quality and longstanding artisanal weaving traditions that have been passed on from one generation to the next for hundreds of years.

For further information about the Africa Collection from Mariaflora and the new Filippo Uecher collections, contact Tamar Mashigian, 310-276-5001, tamar@cdecor.com. 

 


JIUN HO CELEBRATES OPENING OF NEW YORK SHOWROOM IN COLLABORATION WITH CAMBRIA PARTNERS AND LUXE MAGAZINE AT WHAT’S NEW/WHAT’S NEXT 2016 Five Top Designers Create Cambria Quartz Design Objects To Be Unveiled at Opening Event 2016, September 23

The noted furnishings and interiors designer Jiun Ho is celebrating the September 22 opening of his New York showroom, Jiun Ho at Dennis Miller Associates, with a unique event in collaboration with Cambria Partners, the American-made natural quartz producer, Luxe magazine and a group of leading design talents. 

Each of the designers, Benjamin Cruz, Bennett Leifer, Carl D’Aquino, Lisa Kanning, and Jiun Ho has created an object in Cambria quartz.The objects will be on display in Jiun Ho’s new showroom at The New York Design Center until September 30. Two objects will be auctioned to benefit the Kips Bay Boys and Girl’s Club in New York. The three remaining objects will travel for further viewing at Cambria Galleries in San Francisco, Toronto, Palm Desert and Minneapolis.

Jiun Ho designed his new showroom reflect the luxurious international style for which he is known. It is a fluid, experiential space that immediately transports visitors to a new level of style and sophisticated living. Jiun Ho says that the configuration of the showroom will continually evolve as new designs and collections are introduced, 

In any Jiun Ho-designed environment, the right art is integral to the overall scheme. Accordingly the designer has selected pieces from a range of contemporary artists that enhance each area in exciting and unexpected new ways. 

Dennis Miller, one of the country’s leading authorities on modern and contemporary furniture, has long-represented Jiun Ho’s designs in New York. When an adjacent showroom  became available earlier this year, it seemed a perfect opportunity to increase the space available to showcase Jiun Ho’s growing collections of furniture, lighting, fabrics, floor coverings and accessories. Many of the designs in the new Jiun Ho space are recent introductions that both Dennis Miller and Jiun Ho are delighted to have the chance to present in an optimum setting.

Jiun Ho says, “Dennis Miller has provided not only a wonderful showcase  for my designs, but his knowledge and guidance over the years have given me endless inspiration and support. I am grateful for this wonderful opportunity for Dennis and I to greatly expand our working relationship.”

Jiun Ho is the founder of his own 15 year old luxury lifestyle design studio, based in San Francisco. His designs have been published in numerous leading publications including Elle Décor, Architectural Digest, Interior Design (which also nominated him for a Best of Year Award), The New York Times and Luxe. He is frequently invited to participate in leading show houses. A noted speaker, Jiun Ho is also often asked to lecture on design and to participate on panels with other leading authorities in the field. His designs, found in dozens of exclusive homes in the US and other countries, are available in premiere showrooms throughout the US, Canada and internationally.

Cambria is the first and only family-owned American-made producer of natural quartz surfaces. Headquartered in Le Sueur, Minn, all Cambria designs are made of 93 per cent natural quartz and are  completely maintenance free. Their products are available through an exclusive network of specialty retail and trade partners that can be found on www.CambriaUSA.com.

 


JIUN HO POP-UP PRESENTED BY THOMAS LAVIN AT PACIFIC DESIGN CENTER, SUITE B370 2016, March 23

Los Angeles, CA -- Jiun Ho proudly announces the preview of his new Jiun Ho Collection V at WESTWEEK 2016 in the Pacific Design Center on March 23rd and 24th and will remain open by appointment through April 19. Presented by Thomas Lavin, Jiun’s Los Angeles showroom representative, Jiun has designed a thoughtful pop-up display in Suite 370 that serves as a celebration and narrative of his 15 years of product design.

Part travelogue and part autobiography, the temporary space displays 16 new designs along with Jiun’s photography of his recent crossing of five continents -- from Asia to Africa, Europe and North and South America. Large blow-ups suspended from the ceiling document Mr. Ho’s sources of inspiration, among them striking images of precisely cut Incan masonry, the Chateaus de Chenonceau and de Chambord in the Loire Valley, the Okavango Delta in Botswana and Mondrian’s distilled canvases. 

Jiun Ho was born in Malaysia and early trips throughout Asia with his family fostered his passion for learning and design. He has now visited over 100 countries and this exposure to unfamiliar surroundings, people, art, and material culture has provided him with an extraordinarily rich vantage point. The more he has seen, the more inspired, confident and emboldened he has become. States Jiun, “I learned that the language of design transcends time and place. This freedom to discover and to look at things with a different perspective was totally immersive and, on my recent travels, I became more adventurous and innovative.”

During visits to Peru, Chile and Bolivia, Jiun was struck not only by the captivating landscape and culture, but the living blend of ancient and modern. His Maras Chair, Pisac Cabinet and Ica Shelving evoke precisely cut Incan masonry and the vibrant colors embraced by the region’s culture. The Picchu Coffee Table, Acora Coffee Table, and Picos Chairs recall the weathered terrain and deconstructed beauty of Cusco, Machu Picchu, and the Sacred Valley of the Incas. 

Okavango Delta in Botswana, an immense, astounding oasis in the Kalahari Desert, inspired the massive Masai Dining Table with its handsome drum base, along with the Etosha Chair, whose long, graceful arms evoke the curl of an elephant’s trunk and the grace of an antelope. France also looms large as impetus for his designs, including the stately Vendome Table and the soigné Odeon Table, homage to Hector Guimard’s exuberant architecture for the Paris Metro. The delicate beauty of the Saumur Console and Bench reference his visit to the Chateaus de Chenonceau and de Chambord in the Loire Valley. 

Distilled and refined, the Aomori Bed recreates a Japanese dreamscape with African undertones. A little closer to home, the Kama Chair is all about Palm Springs. There is the realm of art, too, with Macari seating evoking the geometry and rigor of Mondrian’s de Stilj canvases and No More Play Tables, a tribute to Alberto Giacometti.

As formal expressions of their functionality, the Jiun Ho Collection V references and reimagines nature and the man-made. Translating a minimal aesthetic with a global worldview, contrasting textures, clean lines, rich dark woods, and sumptuous fabrics distinguish Jiun’s inventive, balanced and luxurious ensemble. While designing his 15th Anniversary collection, he learned that design transcends all borders and that the eye really must travel to fully fathom and appreciate beauty. 

Jiun Ho is the recipient of numerous awards and his products and interiors have been published in leading national and international publications. His furniture and lighting designs are featured in some of the world's most exclusive homes and are available in premiere showrooms throughout the United States, Canada and select international locations. To commemorate his 15th Anniversary, Jiun previews the PopUp Presented by Thomas Lavin, his exclusive Los Angeles representative. From March 25 through April 19th, the Collection can be seen by appointment and designers are asked to call 310.278.2456 to schedule a date and time. For additional information about Jiun Ho, visit jiunho.com



JIUN HO LAUNCHES 15TH ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION 2015, November 05

New York, NY -- Jiun Ho is proud to announce the Jiun Ho Collection V, an ensemble of inventive designs launching November 2015 at the New York Design Center. As both a celebration and narrative of 15 years of product design, the Jiun Ho Collection V is also part travelogue and part autobiography. Chronicling his recent crossing of five continents – from Asia to Africa, Europe, and North and South America, this odyssey has provided him with the liberty to imagine, innovate, and to try not just new designs, but new materials and methods of manufacture. 

Jiun Ho was born in Malaysia and early trips throughout Asia with his family fostered his passion for learning and design. He has now visited over 100 countries and this exposure to unfamiliar surroundings, people, art, and material culture has provided him with an extraordinarily rich vantage point. The more he has seen, the more inspired, confident and emboldened he has become. States Jiun, “I learned that the language of design transcends time and place. This freedom to discover and to look at things with a different perspective was totally immersive and, on my recent travels, I became more adventurous and innovative.” 

During visits to Peru, Chile, and Bolivia, Jiun was struck not only by the captivating landscape and culture, but the living blend of ancient and modern. His Pisac Cabinet and Ica Shelving evoke precisely cut Incan masonry and the vibrant colors embraced by the region’s culture. The Picchu Coffee Table, Acora Coffee Table, and Picos Chairs recall the weathered terrain and deconstructed beauty of Cusco, Machu Picchu, and the Sacred Valley of the Incas. 

Okavango Delta in Botswana, an immense, astounding oasis in the Kalahari Desert, inspired the massive Masai Dining Table with its handsome drum base, along with the Etosha Chair, whose long, graceful arms evoke the curl of an elephant’s trunk and the grace of an antelope. France also looms large as impetus for his designs, including the stately Vendome Table and the soigné Odeon Table, homage to Hector Guimard’s exuberant architecture for the Paris Metro. The delicate beauty of the Saumur Console and Bench reference his visit to the Chateaus de Chenonceau and de Chambord in the Loire Valley. 

Distilled and refined, the Aomori Bed recreates a Japanese dreamscape with African undertones. A little closer to home, the Kama Chair is all about Palm Springs. There is the realm of art, too, with Macari seating evoking the geometry and rigor of Mondrian’s de Stilj canvases and No More Play Tables, a tribute to Alberto Giacometti. 

As formal expressions of their functionality, the Jiun Ho Collection V references and reimagines nature and the man-made. Translating a minimal aesthetic with a global worldview, contrasting textures, clean lines, rich dark woods, and sumptuous fabrics distinguish Jiun’s inventive, balanced and luxurious ensemble. While designing his 15th Anniversary collection, he learned that design transcends all borders and that the eye really must travel to fully fathom and appreciate beauty. 

Jiun Ho is the recipient of numerous awards and his products and interiors have been published in leading national and international publications. His furniture and lighting designs are featured in some of the world's most exclusive homes and are available in premiere showrooms throughout the United States, Canada and select international locations. To commemorate his 15th Anniversary, Jiun debuts the Jiun Ho Collection V on November 5th at the New York Design Center, 200 Lexington Avenue, Suite 1502, which will be on view until November 19th. Dennis Miller & Associates is the exclusive New York representative for Jiun Ho.


CELEBRATES THE SEASON WITH STYLE & SUBSTANCE AT THE 2ND ANNUAL ORNAMENT BALL & AUCTION Luxe Interiors + Design Co-Sponsors a Weeklong Event Supporting Emerging Design Talent in Chicago, Los Angeles and San Francisco 2014, November 02 Jiun Ho, Inc is pleased to announce the return of the Ornament Ball & Auction, an extraordinary design celebration and charity event co-sponsored by Luxe Interiors + Design and Jiun Ho, Inc. Back by popular demand, this year’s Ornament Ball & Auction has been expanded to a weeklong event involving three cities: Chicago, Los Angeles and San Francisco. In each city, leading designers and architects have been invited to create a one-of-a-kind holiday ornament to be auctioned with all proceeds going to support local design scholarships at leading design programs. Participating designers including Jiun Ho, Martyn Lawrence Bullard, The Wiseman Group, Mary McDonald, David Oldroyd, Suzanne Tucker, Richar, Jessica Lagrange, Erin Martin and many others. 

The Ornament Ball & Auction will kick-off on December 11th in Chicago at the Buckingham Interiors + Design showroom. A second evening will take place on December 17th at the !Dream on Beverly! showroom in Los Angeles, and final event and grand finale will be on December 18th at the Jiun Ho De Jia showroom in San Francisco. The programs being supported are the Art Institute of Chicago Internship Scholarship Program in Chicago, the California College of the Arts Internship Scholarship Program in San Francisco, and the Otis College of Art and Design Internship Scholarship Program in Los Angeles. 

The Ornament Ball & Auction was launched in 2012 by Jiun Ho, Inc and has been expanded to include the new Intern Scholarship Program in support of design and architecture students across the country. The award will be given to 1 to 2 students in each participating school who are truly passionate about design while demonstrating academic excellence, leadership qualities, special talents, moral character and strong community spirit. The scholarship provides an internship and scholarship to cover living expenses during the summer of 2014. 

"Luxe Interiors + Design is so pleased to support this event, which truly brings the design community together for a great cause," says Pamela Jaccarino, Editor in Chief. "We have been amazed by the enthusiasm of so many leading designers to nurture our industry's emerging talent." 

“The Ornament Ball & Auction truly allows designers to give back,” adds designer Jiun Ho. “Our contributions will touch the lives of future generations of designers and architects. We are so thankful to Luxe Interiors + Design and all our contributing designers who have impressed us with their generosity of spirit and made this vision a reality.” 

For more information please visit www.ornamentball.com 

STUNNING NEW PRODUCTS & INTERIORS FROM JIUN HO DEBUT AT THE CHRISTOPHER KENNEDY COMPOUND Modernism Week Palm Springs Show House 2014: Open Feb 14-23 and Sponsored by Luxe Interiors + Design, The Christopher Kennedy Compound celebrates the Palm Springs Legacy of Mid-Century Modern Architecture 2014, November 02 (Palm Springs, CA) Jiun Ho, Inc is pleased to announce the Feb 15th opening of The Christopher Kennedy Compound: Modernism Week Palm Springs Show House 2014, which features stunning new product introductions and interiors by respected designer Jiun Ho. 

Sponsored by Luxe Interiors + Design, The Christopher Kennedy Compound: Modernism Week Palm Springs Show House pays homage to the legacy of midcentury modern architecture and jet set American style, with a goal to raise $100,000 for Modernism Week and local architectural preservation efforts.

Running concurrently with Modernism Week Palm Springs Feb 15-23, the Show House also includes leading designers such as Christopher Kennedy, Thomas Lavin, Woodson and Rummerfield’s, Celerie Kemble, Trina Turk and many others.

“We are extremely pleased to partner with Jiun on this exciting event,” says Kennedy. “His approach not only complements this project but also contributes to the dialog of how California style and glamour are relevant to today’s lifestyles.”

“We’ve worked with Jiun for many years on a variety of projects,” adds Luxe Interiors + Design editor in chief Pamela Jaccarino. “His attention to detail and ability to tell a story offer the perfect addition to what promises to be a must-see creative showcase.”

Ho has traveled to more than one hundred countries and fuses his first-hand experiences with the art and design of these cultures into his work. Ho’s design for The Christopher Kennedy Compound follows this line of thinking, taking a cue from the desert silhouettes and the modern heritage of Palm Springs. 

Ho’s central dining room delves into the mood and mystique of this desert. The space envelopes visitors in tranquility, offering an artful take on the ’60s modernism. The room is awash in a palette of soft neutrals, organic textures and punctuated by locally sourced art including works by sculptor Josh Garber. Ho crafted a new, original design, the Kama chair, specifically for The Christopher Kennedy Compound event. This wood chair with cowhide upholstery blends an architectural sensibility of ’50s and ’60s Palm Springs with the beautiful finishes and natural texture that characterizes much of Ho’s own furniture line, the Jiun Ho Collection. The centerpiece of the room is the Osomo dining table, a popular design that Ho customized especially for the event with a top of stunning limestone to give a nod to the colors and textures of the surrounding desertscape. Offering a small a desert oasis, the table is topped by 22 vibrant crystal butterflies and shimmering vases by Show House sponsor Baccarat. A vintage Moroccan rug adds a note of intriguing texture.

“It’s an honor to work with such amazing partners to explore the modern heritage of Palm Springs,” says Ho. “In the process, the past becomes relevant not only locally but nationally and internationally as well.”

The Christopher Kennedy Compound: Modernism Week Palm Springs Show House runs Feb 15 - 23 in Palm Springs California. For more information and tickets visit www.thechristopherkennedycompound.com


About the Christopher Kennedy Compound

Open to the public for the first time, Luxe Interiors + Design Magazine’s Modernism Week Show House: The Christopher Kennedy Compound celebrates the Palm Springs legacy of mid-century modern architecture and jet set American style. Specifically created to raise funds for Modernism Week and other preservation efforts, this quintessential desert remodel respects the property’s architectural pedigree while updating it with the best and brightest materials in modern design.

This showcase home, named for tastemaker Christopher Kennedy, who spearheaded the project, includes rooms created by today’s most respected voices in interior design and home furnishings including Celerie Kemble, Jiun Ho, Trina Turk, Lori Dennis, Patrick Dragonette, Thomas Lavin, Sammy Castro, Ron Woodson and Jaime Rummerfield. This architecturally significant John Caranci home, inspired by the work of Stan Sackley, circa 1971, has been reimagined for today’s style of Southern California living by this unparalleled roster of celebrity designers. Their vision has been brought to life by First Atrium Construction in partnership with Cosentino, Crossville, Aran Cucine, Neo-Metro, Gessi, LaCantina Doors, Crestron Electronics, Sherwin-Williams, Monica Stone Fabrication and more than three dozen local and national residential design resources like Pirch, Egg & Dart Showrooms, Savage Home and Modern Home.
www.thechristopherkennedycompound.com

INTERIOR MAGAZINE AND TOWNE SHOWROOM DEBUT JIUN HO IV FURNITURE COLLECTION Benefiting the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, Launch Event Features Panel Discussion “Home is Where the Art Is” 2014, April 28
(Denver, CO) Interiors magazine and TOWN showroom are pleased to announce the launch of the Jiun Ho IV Furniture Collection by celebrated designer Jiun Ho and featuring Prima Alpaca textiles by Sandra Jordan. The opening event, which features a panel to benefit the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver (MCA Denver), will take place on Tuesday, April 29. The one-hour panel starts at 4:30 with a reception to follow from 5:30 to 8 pm. 

The new Jiun Ho IV Collection takes a romantic journey across South America from the salt flats of Bolivia to the ruins of Machu Picchu and glaciers of Chile. The collection is compromised of 13 pieces including side tables, benches, coffee tables and sumptuous couches, arm- and dining chairs swathed in Prima Alpaca upholstery. 

In support of MCA Denver, the evening will also bridge the worlds of art and design by featuring a panel titled “Home Is Where the Art Is.” The panel will explore how we curate the spaces we live in and what role art plays in our interior environments. The panel will be moderated by Michael Wolleager, Editorial Director of Interiors magazine, and will feature Jiun Ho, Sandra Jordan, founder of Sandra Jordan Prima Alpaca, and Kimberly Chanin, the principal of Chanin Art Advisory. 

The South American themed reception includes music, Pisco Sours and hors d’oeuvres. 

Town is located at 601 South Broadway, Suite P in Denver, CO.

JIUN HO ROUNDS OUT AFRICA COLLECTION WITH NEW FURNITURE OFFERINGS Three New Designs Present a Modern Take on the Textures and Traditions of a Captivating Continent 2014, March 18
(San Francisco, CA) Celebrated furniture and interiors designer Jiun Ho is pleased to announce three new pieces created for his popular Africa Collection. Inspired by recent trips to Africa, Jiun Ho was taken with the roughly textured woods, the boldly shaped trees and the indigenous designs that he repeatedly saw throughout his travels. The three new releases, Masai Side Table, Hwange Dining Table and Ulu Cocktail Table, round out the Africa Collection offerings by paying homage to the diversity of topography, culture, flora and fauna of this amazing continent. 

The three new pieces include: 

Masai Side Table – On a recent trip to Africa, Jiun participated in a traditional Masai drum circle and the experience, under a star-filled Mozambican sky around a crackling fire, inspired him to create the Masai side table. A powerful symbol of African culture and musicianship, drums are often passed through the generations and feature deliciously worn finishes and textural hand-made shapes. Jiun captured the intriguing handcrafted qualities of African drums with a cast bronze base with a subtle texture and lustrous cinnamon patina. The tabletop is inset with luminous marble.

Hwange Dining Table – The Hwange dining table takes its inspiration from the majestic trees of the Zimbabwean savannah, which create striking silhouettes against the sky. The Hwange’s sculptural cast bronze base is a work of art as well as functional: the single, central pedestal allows for maximum flexibility and ease of entertaining. The tabletop is available in hand-burnished lacquer or wood. A distinctive design statement piece that anchors any dining area.

Ulu Cocktail Table – Contrasting a brilliant Carrera marble top with a blackened cast bronze base, the Ulu cocktail table celebrates the creativity and ingenuity borne out of a continent that is both beautiful and harsh. Embracing Africa's extreme contrasts, the Ulu combines a solid base with a tabletop that seems to hover almost cloud-like. The design pays homage to the spirit and soulfulness of all who live in southern Africa and the inspiration they provide one another daily.

NEW JIUN HO IV COLLECTION SHOWCASES SANDRA JORDAN PRIMA ALPACA Celebrated interior designer reimagines ancient alpaca with contemporary furniture inspired by South America 2013, May 08 (Los Angeles, CA) Sandra Jordan is pleased to announce a stunning collaboration with renowned designer Jiun Ho, whose new furniture collection exclusively features Sandra Jordan Prima Alpaca upholstery. Titled Jiun Ho IV, the collection takes a romantic journey across South America—from the Andes and the Salt Flats of Bolivia to Machu Picchu and the Glaciers of Chile—with 16 new designs. These remarkable pieces include chairs, benches, tables and upholstery in six luxurious Prima Alpaca colorways: Taupe, Putty, Zinc, Forget Me Not, Red Pepper and Olive.

“The South American continent captivates all. It’s blessed with an array of destinations and activities, cradled in the splendors of nature.” Jiun says. “My new furniture collection expresses my deep passion for this place and its peoples.”

With Sandra Jordan Prima Alpaca, Jiun found the perfect match for his pure furniture forms. “Alpaca fabric was once treasured by Incan royalty for its versatility, softness and beauty,” Jiun says. “Sandra Jordan Prima Alpaca truly completes my designs.” Sandra Jordan Prima Alpaca provides the world’s only extensive source of alpaca textiles for the home. A designer's dream fabric, alpaca is seven times warmer and far lighter than sheep’s fleece, does not break, pill, deform or create static. It has a high level of inflammability and is hypoallergenic.

A native of Peru with a passionate appreciation of her country’s traditional arts, company founder Sandra Jordan is deeply committed to offering this precious fiber that the Incas called “the gold of the Andes.” Not only is the tradition of raising alpacas an ancient practice that is a source of pride for Andean people, it also leaves a light footprint on the land. The cycle of herding, sheering and refining the fleece is a green process that gives careful consideration to the environment.

“We are honored to partner with Jiun on such an auspicious collection that captures all the beauty and vibrancy of South America,” Sandra says. “We share his deep passion for bringing what was almost a lost art, the raising of alpacas and the production their fiber, to a modern audience.”

About Jiun Ho
Jiun Ho Inc. is a full-service design firm offering services in interior and product design, branding and sustainability with a focus on luxury hospitality and residential projects. The team possesses a unique energy, exciting imaginations and a passion for the luxury lifestyle. The firm has quickly become one of the world’s leading innovative design studios renowned for creating environments and products that celebrate the “experience of living”. Jiun Ho also created the Jiun Ho Collection, comprised of 120 furniture, lighting and floor covering products that can be found in showrooms across North America and select international locations. Whether it’s an interior for a world-class hotel or residence, a cutting edge retail space or a new piece for the Jiun Ho signature line of furnishings, the design exudes a quiet, timeless style and sense of place. Visit Jiun Ho’s website at www.jiunho.com.

About Sandra Jordan
For Sandra Jordan, an appreciation for exquisite old world craftsmanship developed during years of exposure and observation, research and study, travel, and teaching. As a child in Peru, Sandra was exposed to many artisan crafts traditional in that part of the world. As a result of her stepfather’s work in the diplomatic corps, she traveled extensively from an early age, receiving her primary and secondary education in British schools around the world. Her university education includes an undergraduate degree International Affairs, a masters degree in Education as well as graduate work in business administration.
From 1993 until 2007 Sandra Jordan served as Creative Director at Jordan Winery. In the fall of 2006, Chronicle Books published her first book, The Art of Decanting. It is now in its fifth printing.
In 2006, Sandra launched the luxurious line of Prima AlpacaTM textiles for the design trade. Based in Northern California, the Sandra Jordan Prima AlpacaTM collection is now represented in showrooms across the US, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, Russia and Europe. www.sandrajordan.com

JIUN HO AND RH TEAM UP TO DESIGN VIP LOUNGE FOR EXPLORATORIUM OPENING GALA Designer Jiun Ho Teams Up with RH To Design VIP Lounge for Exploratorium Opening Gala 2013, April 12 April 12, 2013, San Francisco, Calif. - The Exploratorium will celebrate its move to Pier 15 on April 12, 2013 with a gala evening. San Francisco based interior and product designer Jiun Ho has created one of the evening’s exclusive VIP lounges that will be sold to benefit the educational work of the Exploratorium’s science programs. Inspired by nature, the lounge will be composed with RH, Restoration Hardware pieces selected by Jiun Ho.

“It was an honor to be picked to design a lounge for the Exploratorium’s opening gala,” comments Jiun Ho. “The museum is a gem in San Francisco and deserves to be in such a breath taking location.” 

For the event each designer was provided a 10ft x 10ft space overlooking the San Francisco Bay and Bay Bridge. The lounges will be reserved for the top contributors to the event and will be provided with a supper club-style dinner and cocktails in a chic setting. 

“For this project, I was excited to use RH products,” said Jiun. “In my designs I like to use wood and metal to create a balanced minimalistic space. RH had the perfect pieces for my vision.”

As always, Jiun Ho dove into this project with creativity and passion. He was inspired by the sights of the city and wanted to create a relaxing sanctuary that would look just as stunning outside as it would inside. Designed to compliment the extraordinary views of the new lights on the San Francisco Bay Bridge, Jiun Ho has created an interior that connects with nature and is a feast of the senses. His space goes hand-in-hand with a science experiment, integrating pieces from the Exploratorium that ignite a sense of exploration and discovery through nature. 

Beneath the dramatic canopy of RH’s Tucci Atlantis Pavilion, diners of Jiun’s designed space will be seated on an armless Belgian linen sofa from RH’s Soho Tufted Collection that recalls plush seating for London's turn-of-the-century gentlemen's clubs. To highlight the spectacular views of the Bay, RH’s 1920s Naval Binoculars will offer a striking focal point in the lounge. Authentic in form and function to the originals uncovered in an old French naval shipyard, the standing binoculars are handcrafted and finished in polished nickel.

The event is on April 12 from 6pm-1am at Pier 15. For more information about the Exploratorium’s move visit www.exploratorium.edu. To learn more about the RH products Jiun selected for the lounge, please visit www.RH.com.

JIUN HO TO PARTICIPATE IN AMERICAN RED CROSS BAY AREA GALA Designer Jiun Ho to Participate in American Red Cross Bay Area “Hope by Design” Gala 2013, April 05 April 5, 2013 - In celebration of its move to San Francisco’s Design District, the American Red Cross Bay Area Chapter will host a “Hope by Design” themed gala. The event aims to highlight the talents of Bay Area’s top designers and will feature a tablescape designed by San Francisco based interior and product designer Jiun Ho.

“The Red Cross is a signal of hope to our Bay Area community.” comments Jiun Ho, “Being selected to design the tablescape for such an outstanding organization’s gala is a tremendous honor.” 
Designers will work within a set of color and space-related parameters and incorporate at least one red cross per table. The designers are given the creative freedom to bring in alternative items; dinnerware, stemware and silverware. 

“The guests will have a unique experience.” stated Jiun, “My design offers visitors a space that celebrates the Red Cross mission and incorporates my minimalistic aesthetic.” 
Jiun Ho’s design of the tablescape captures the essence of hope. The look is inspirational, yet authentic with uplifting hands extending from the center table complemented with glass vessels and crimson glassware. Jiun Ho’s conceptual approach adds a brilliant dimension to the visitor’s experience -- one that reflects the hope given to countless people through Red Cross efforts. 

The event will take place at the Concourse Exhibition Center on April 12, 2013. For more information about the event visit www.redcrossbayareagala.org

JIUN HO COLLECTION LAUNCHES AT CASA 280 Jiun Ho Collection will make its debut in Mexico at Mexico City’s premiere showroom Casa 280 2013, March 29 March 29, 2013, San Francisco, CA - Jiun Ho Collection will make it’s debut in Mexico at Mexico City’s premiere showroom Casa 280. The new relationship will mark the first time Jiun Ho’s work is available in a showroom outside the US.

“I am looking forward to featuring my collection at Casa 280” comments Jiun, “Casa 280 is the premier showroom in Mexico, I am proud to have them include me in their showroom.”

Jiun is drawn to Mexico for numerous contract and hospitality projects making the inclusion of him in Casa 280 a perfect fit. “I am frequently in Mexico and have fallen in love with the country’s rich culture, sights and the food. I couldn’t pick a better place than Casa 280 to carry my furniture.”

To celebrate Jiun’s arrival in the showroom he will join Holland & Sherry and Saundra Jordan for a launch event on April 10. Local designers and members of the press will have the opportunity to meet with Jiun and discuss his new collection. 

"We are proud at Casa 280 to introduce the luxury lifestyle of Jiun Ho to Mexico City,” comments Rossy Winterman of Casa 280. “The famous brand, renowned for its sensuous interiors that blends art, design, and the experience of ‘good living', will give a new way of interior design in our country."

Jiun Ho Collection will be amongst the likes of other fine designers such as Donghia, Baker, Ferguson, Royal Botania and Kravet Furniture among others in Casa 280. The wider availability of Jiun’s line could not come at a better time. This year Jiun Ho is proud to present his new collection, Jiun Ho IV. The new line features pieces inspired by the vibrancy of South America. 
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About Casa 280

Casa 280 is the place where the most important brands of interior decoration can be found. It offers a space where clients can find everything to decorate their houses: from furniture and accessories, to a grand variety of fabrics, rugs, floors and tapestries. Located in the heart of Lomas Chapultepec, it specializes in residential, hotelier and corporate projects satisfying customer needs and meeting their expectations. Casa 280 is a Mexican project of the recognized design promoters Gina Diez Barroso and Rossy Winterman.


PRESTIGE MAGAZINE TOP 40 UNDER 40 Jiun Ho Makes Prestige Magazine's Top 40 Under 40 List 2013, January 10 January 10, 2013 San Francisco, CA - One of Asia's most affluent publications, Prestige Magazine, has named Jiun Ho as Top 15 in their most coveted Top 40 Under 40 list for 2012. 

“I was so excited to hear I would be listed on Prestige’s Top 40 Under 40 list,” comments Jiun. “To be recognized by a global publication of this magnitude is such an honor, and it is a real privilege to be given such a prestigious spot on the list.” 

Prestige is the choice publication for the affluent and influential in Asia. It features stories on local society, business, international news and entertainment, fashion, travel, and high-end gadgets. Every year the magazine picks noteworthy individuals from Hong Kong, Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore and Indonesia. Jiun Ho was chosen for 2012 based on his outstanding work in design in interiors and furniture.

The magazine was so taken with Jiun's work that they further honored him as one of the Top 15, where he was recognized at an award ceremony among other distinguished guests in Kuala Lampur, Malaysia on November 1, 2012.

Prestige Magazine's Top 40 Under 40 list can be found in their January 2013 issue on newsstands now.

JIUN HO INC. PARTNERS WITH MOBY SYSTEMS TO LAUNCH A MOBILE APP : 12/01/2011 Los Angeles, Calif. November 30, 2012 - Award winning, international designer Jiun Ho proudly releases his first mobile application, “The Legacy Room”. 2012, November 30 Los Angeles, Calif. November 30, 2012 - Award winning, international designer Jiun Ho proudly releases his first mobile application, “The Legacy Room”. The app provides an interactive view of the room and furnishings he designed and curated specifically for the Maison de Luxe show house at the historic Greystone Mansion in Beverly Hills, California. 

The mobile app, developed using the Moby Touch technology, contains detailed galleries of custom artwork, sculpture, furniture and accessories from inside the Greystone Mansion. Viewers will be captivated by Jiun Ho’s inspiration to retell the infamous history of America’s early oil tycoons, as well as become intrigued by the history and scandal behind Greystone Mansion’s “Guest Suite 1.” App owners can also access design advice on their most challenging projects from Jiun Ho . 

“Developing this app was an important part of the Greystone experience for me. This room was designed with the Doheny family in mind, and it works to retell their legacy, as well as give visitors a deeper look into the overall design of the space,” quotes Jiun Ho.

The mobile app will work on both Android and iPhones and be available for visitors to download starting December 1, 2012, at the show house.


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About Jiun Ho

Jiun Ho Inc. is a full-service design firm offering services in interior and product design, branding and sustainability with a focus on luxury hospitality and residential projects. The team possesses an unique energy, exciting imaginations and a passion for the luxury lifestyle. The firm has quickly become one of the world’s leading innovative design studios renowned for creating environments and products that celebrate the “experience of living”. Jiun Ho also created the Jiun Ho Collection, comprised of 120 furniture, lighting and floor covering products that can be found in showrooms across North America and select international locations. Whether it’s an interior for a world-class hotel or residence, a cutting edge retail space or a new piece for the Jiun Ho signature line of furnishings, the design exudes a quiet, timeless style and sense of place. Visit Jiun Ho’s website at www.jiunho.com.

About Moby Systems
Moby Systems specializes in new technology linked to mobile devices, using a diverse range of cutting edge integrated solutions. The company’s expertise spans a number of key specialist sectors including mobile communications, retail, automotive, healthcare, and e-commerce that connects consumers directly with brands. Moby Systems bring innovative applications with value added services allowing the interaction brand, its network and the consumer. Moby Systems’ management has a long experience and a successful background in the automotive, tourism, distribution and telecoms arena. More information available at www.mobysystems.com

"PHOTOGRAPHS" FROM RODNEY SMITH Jiun Ho de Jia Presents “Photographs” from Rodney Smith October 18 through January 25, 2013 2012, September 18 Sept 18, 2012 San Francisco, Calif. - Jiun Ho de Jia is proud to present an exhibition of the iconic work of internationally renowned photographer Rodney Smith with an opening reception on October 18, 2012. Displaying an array of crisp black and white photos as well as a selection of his striking color pieces, "Photographs" showcases landscape, portrait and fashion subjects. 

"Rodney's photographs are at once elegant, classic and optimistic," comments Jiun Ho de Jia owner Jiun Ho. "The photographs are captivating in their simplicity, but yet always hold a surprise to the viewer. It is for reasons like Rodney's work that I started my gallery. Jiun Ho de Jia was opened for me to share creative expressions from around the world with guests, and his collection of photographs is a perfect addition."

The work of legendary photographer Rodney Smith looks as if it were born out of an earlier era as it is created with the techniques from the past. Forgoing the ease of modern digital methods, Smith uses only real film to create his subtly surreal images, full of classic gentlemen in suits and fedoras, women in long gowns and a distinct lack of stable physics. Using a lush palette of monochrome tones and creating prints that can hang beside any on a museum wall, Smith's images reverberate with an elegant, natural beauty. Rodney Smith is a realist who puts dreams onto paper. 

The exhibit will continue through January 25, 2013 at Jiun Ho de Jia located in San Francisco's SOMA District. For more information about the gallery visit http://jiunhodejia.com or call 415-437-2284. To view more work from Rodney Smith visit www.rodneysmith.com

CURATOR 2012 PARTICIPANT Interior Designer Jiun Ho Chosen to Participate in 2012 Curator 2012, June 06 Interior Designer Jiun Ho Chosen to Participate in 2012 Curator

June 6, 2012, Greenwich, Conn.- On June 16, 2012 San Francisco based designer Jiun Ho will display his global inspired style in a vignette at this year’s Curator in Greenwich, Connecticut.

“I am very excited to be a part of Curator” comments Jiun. “To directly interact with potential clients in a well designed, luxurious environment is a great opportunity.”

Jiun’s vignette will showcase his ability to incorporate international inspiration into a relaxed and elegant interior. Embracing the summer months, Jiun has created a perfect outdoor retreat. The space pops with two orange Dome Chairs and a set of limited edition bronze coffee tables from the Jiun Ho Collection. In addition to his own line of furniture, Jiun will use an assortment of Dedon outdoor furniture to complete the look. 

Curator is presented by Sandow Media, Worth Magazine and Luxe Interiors + Design Magazine. The event features a showcase of world-class, high end products and services. This exclusive event connects connoisseurs with premier brands on a personal one-on-one level. 

To learn more about Jiun and his global style visit http://www.jiunho.com. 
For more information about Curator 2012 visit http://www.thecurator.com/

NEW WEBSITE FOR JIUN HO DE JIA Jiun Ho Launches New Website for Jiun Ho de Jia 2012, May 04 May 4, 2012 Los Angeles, Calif. - Award winning, International designer Jiun Ho has launched a new website for his innovative lifestyle and design gallery, Jiun Ho de Jia, located in San Francisco.

Viewers now have the gallery’s latest happenings at their fingertips. The site features images from events hosted at the gallery as well as peeks inside the spacious 11,000 square foot space. Other features include special gallery offers, invitations to exclusive events and announcements on new collection releases.

Clients are able to purchase Jiun Ho’s unique antiques and objects, as well as limited edition pieces from his special collections directly from the site. Under the Support tab, the site walks clients through how to care for their new products with thorough instructions. 

Jiun Ho de Jia features rotating artwork, crafts, antiques and creative expressions of artists from around the world. Pieces from Jiun’s personal collection are also on display alongside a curated collection of antiques never before seen in the United States. The gallery also serves as the home for his interior design firm Jiun Ho Inc. It is truly a place like no other and even contains a state-of-the-art Gaggenau kitchen and a bar for events. Breaking the bounds of traditional art and antique galleries, the space offers visitors a culturally transformative experience.

LA CIENEGA DESIGN QUARTER PANEL 2012 Jiun Ho Joins Luxe Interiors + Design’s Pamela Jaccarino for 2012 La Cienega Design Quarter Panel Visions of the World: Asia, the Far East Edge 2012, May 04 May 4, 2012 Los Angeles, Calif. - Editor-in-Chief of Luxe Interiors + Design, Pamela Jaccarino, will serve as the moderator for Visions of the World: Asia, the Far East Edge during this year’s Legends of La Cienega in Los Angeles. Jaccarino joins designers Jiun Ho, Katie Leede and Muriel Brandolini for a lively discussion.

Visions of the World: Asia, the Far East Edge will focus on the influence of Asia’s statement making style on design throughout the world. Malaysian born designer Jiun Ho frequently incorporates elements of Asian influence into his interior projects as well as his furniture collection. “There is something undeniable about Asian culture and design that I continue to embrace in my work,” comments Jiun. “I like to incorporate the Eastern philosophy of combining two contradicting elements to create harmony. I frequently will mix natural materials with man made, or add softer more feminine touches to masculine projects. To me everything is about balance.”

Legends of La Cienega is a three-day event that attracts over 10,000 designers and enthusiasts. The event includes a fusion of art, fashion, design and cultures. With numerous panels and parties, it provides design enthusiasts with a unique combination of entertainment and education.

ADRIANNAA NARDO JOINS TOP DESIGNERS AND CHEF FOR 2012 WESTWEEK PANEL Editor-in-Chief of Interiors Magazine, Arianna Nardo, will serve as the moderator for a panel appropriately titled Eat! Design! Love! at this yearʼs WestWeek in Los Angeles at the Pacific Design Center. 2012, March 01 March 1, 2012 Los Angeles, Calif. – Editor-in-Chief of Interiors Magazine, Arianna
Nardo, will serve as the moderator for a panel appropriately titled Eat! Design! Love! at
this yearʼs WestWeek in Los Angeles at the Pacific Design Center. Nardo joins
designers Jiun Ho and Christopher Kennedy alongside Chef Josiah Citrin on March 21,
2012 for a lively discussion.

Eat! Design! Love! will focus on food and design with panelists offering their expert
opinions on the subject. San Francisco based designer Jiun Ho cites food and design to
be his biggest passion in life making him a perfect panelist for Eat! Design! Love!.
“Good design and good food is an essential part of good living!” Jiun Ho states.

WestWeek is Los Angelesʼ largest annual design industry event and features keynote
lectures, showroom programs, new product introductions and book signings. The
internationally-recognized design trade event attracts thousands of design professionals
annually.

Eat! Design! Love! will take place on March 21, 2012 at 2 pm in Suite B119 at the
Pacific Design Center. For more information about the event visit
www.pacificdesigncenter.com.

DESIGNER JIUN HO OPENS INNOVATIVE GALLERY IN SAN FRANCISCO Designer Jiun Ho officially opened his first gallery and design studio, Jiun Ho de Jia, in San Francisco. 2012, February 02 On February 2, 2012 designer Jiun Ho officially opened his first gallery and design studio, Jiun Ho de Jia, in San Francisco. Meaning “The House of Jiun Ho” in Chinese, the gallery and will feature art, artifacts and antiques curated by Jiun Ho through his international travels to 94 countries. 

Located in the heart of San Francisco’s SOMA district, the 11,000 sq. ft. warehouse converted into an art and objects gallery will also serve as Jiun’s studio for his interior design business. The gallery will feature three spaces for rotating artwork, craft and creative expressions from artists around the world, as well as pieces from Jiun’s personal collection and a curated collection of antiques. Known for traveling the world, Jiun fuses different cultures and his own experiences into Jiun Ho de Jia.

“I wanted to break the bounds of the traditional art and antique galleries, the space offers visitors a culturally transformative experience,” commented Jiun on Jiun Ho de Jia.

Sharing his deep passion for cuisine, Jiun added a state of the art kitchen equipped with the latest innovations by Gaggenau. A wine and beer bar is available for guests and special events.

The architecture and design of the renovated warehouse captures the industrial beauty of its original design through custom metal and mill-work. The look is industrial, yet elegant with soaring ceilings, exposed beams and a seamless fusion of wood and metal surfaces. 

“My passion for travel and education are the soul of the space,” adds Jiun. “I want Jiun Ho de Jia to share culture as well as my global inspirations with each and every visitor.”

MAISON de LUXE SHOWHOUSE AT GREYSTONE ESTATE, BEVERLY HILLS: 10/27/2011 Jiun Ho Joins Top Designers at LUXE Interiors + Design’s Maison de LUXE Showhouse at the Greystone Estate in Beverly Hills 2011, October 27 October 27, 2011, Los Angeles, Calif. - LUXE Interiors + Design, together with the City of Beverly Hills and the Friends of Greystone present Maison de Luxe, a national designer showhouse at the Historic Greystone Estate in Beverly Hills, Calif. San Francisco-based Jiun Ho is one of twenty leading designers picked to redecorate an individual room at the estate.

Jiun Ho’s space is 530 square feet with 12-foot ceilings, all adorned with original 18th Century architecture by Gordon Kaufman. Allegedly, the room is were Ned Doheny Jr. was murdered by his personal secretary Hugh Plunkett, before Plunkett turned the gun on himself. 

“When I was invited to participate in 2011 Maison de LUXE, alongside the country’s top interior designers, I knew that what I created would have to be a reflection of the significance of not only this event, but the Greystone residence itself,” comments Jiun Ho. “I began to envision a room of historical relevance and beauty, a room that could tell a story about the tragedy and death that surrounds "Guest Suite #1."

The tragic story is presented with a modern twist and reminiscent of the era. Jiun Ho created custom designed conversational sofas, armchairs and a cocktail table for the installation. The items will be added to the Jiun Ho Collections. Jiun Ho creates a moody relaxation chamber where guests could gather before and after dinner.

The room features three main pieces of custom artwork that Jiun Ho designed and commissioned one of a kind pieces from hide designer Kyle Bunting. One of the pieces is influenced by Pablo Picaso’s “Guernica.” Playing off of Picasso’s 1930s creative representation of the tragedies of war, the piece depicts the rise and fall of oil tycoon Edward Doheny, the murder of his son Edward (Ned) L. Doheny Jr. and the Teapot Dome Scandal. The other two hide art pieces are Picaso influenced portraits of Edward Doheny and Albert B. Fall-two main characters in the Tea Pot Scandal. “The works of art depict the duality of human nature, our good side and often-darker side of the self,” notes Jiun Ho.

“As you walk around the room, I invite you to take a moment to relax and reflect on the stories told. While we have chosen to highlight the scandals that surround the Doheny story, Greystone Park is just one example of the legacy this family left behind, along with the many philanthropic efforts that enriched the communities of Southern California,” concludes Jiun.

Show House tours of Maison de LUXE are available December 2-22, 2011 from 10 am-3pm daily with a $35 admission. Designer lecture series will be held on Friday, December 2, 9, 16. Admission is $50 and includes a showhouse tour. For more information, please visit BeverlyHills.org/MaisondeLUXE. For tickets call 310.285.6850, and for event information call 310.285.6830.


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About Jiun Ho

Jiun Ho Inc. is a full-service design firm offering services in interior and product design, branding and sustainability with a focus on luxury hospitality and residential projects. The team possesses an unique energy, exciting imaginations and a passion for the luxury lifestyle. The firm has quickly become one of the world’s leading innovative design studios renowned for creating environments and products that celebrate the “experience of living”. Jiun Ho also created the Jiun Ho Collection, comprised of 120 furniture, lighting and floor covering products that can be found in showrooms across North America and select international locations. Whether it’s an interior for a world-class hotel or residence, a cutting edge retail space or a new piece for the Jiun Ho signature line of furnishings, the design exudes a quiet, timeless style and sense of place. Visit Jiun Ho’s website at http://www.jiunho.com.


About Maison de LUXE

Experience the splendor of Greystone Estate as re-imagined by over twenty of the nation’s leading designers. As a National Historic Landmark, Greystone Estate is the largest, most majestic designer show house in the country. A Baronial-style residence built in 1928 for the Doheny family, the estate is over 46,000 square feet on 18.5 manicured acres. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Friends of Greystone, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the restoration of Historic Greystone Estate.

THE KINKOU COLLECTION BY JIUN HO FOR BOLIER: 10/16/2009 THE KINKOU COLLECTION BY JIUN HO FOR BOLIER INTRODUCED AT HIGH POINT FALL MARKET 2009, October 16 -- Contemporary Urban Style and Proportion Emphasized in 20-Pieces Including Casegoods and Seating--


Bolier & Company is introducing a 20-piece seating and casegoods collection by noted San Francisco-based furnishings and interiors designer Jiun Ho at this fall’s High Point Furniture Market in the Bolier showroom, 311 N. Hamilton St.

Each of the Asian-inspired pieces in The Kinkou Collection by Jiun Ho for Bolier reflects Bolier’s consistent ability to bring to the market new designs that appeal to an increasingly sophisticated buyer who is looking for timeless international style at a moderate price point – especially critical in today’s economy.

Bolier President and Founder, Christian G. Plasman cites the appeal of Jiun Ho’s modernist approach to classic Asian forms. He says, “Jiun Ho has a great sensibility. I have admired his work tremendously for some time and with this collection he adds a brilliant new dimension to what the customer will have to select from in the months and years to come.”

Best known for his acclaimed residential and hospitality interiors as well as for the high end Jiun Ho collection in trade showrooms around the country, The Kinkou Collection by Jiun Ho for Bolier is the designer’s first for the retail sector. “Chris Plasman and I have been discussing for a while how we might work together,” he says, “I think that we found just the right moment in terms of making a solid addition to today’s market and what customers are now looking for. In creating this collection for Bolier, I took into account the realities of today’s urban living environments. For example, the seating is scaled slightly lower and each piece in the collection combines a bold profile with deliberately scaled-back dimensions to make each an easy fit in homes and apartments that are often less expansive than they once were.”

“Kinkou,” says Jiun Ho, “is the Japanese word for balance, evoking much needed harmony in an unbalanced world.” Achieving a balance between edge and curve, modern details and classic forms, smooth versus textured finishes, The Kinkou Collection by Jiun Ho for Bolier strikes a chord of unity in any setting, be it modern or traditional. Combining well-tailored frames with lush, comfortable cushions, this collection provides a perfect mix and match experience while providing much needed balance to any interior.

Throughout his new collection for Bolier, Jiun Ho sought to incorporate traditional Asian finishing techniques. Included are wrapped linen over lacquer, cerused surfaces to create a more textured patina, as well as fine Chinese lacquer. Colorations include rich shades of brown, muted whites and deep Chinese reds. The elegant hardware that Jiun Ho created especially for this collection focuses on elegant shades of bronze and gold.

Jiun Ho’s interiors and furnishing have been featured in such publications as Elle Décor, Interior Design, Metropolitan Home and many others. The Kinkou Collection by Jiun Ho for Bolier will be available through Bolier showrooms and through retailers in the US and internationally beginning in spring 2010.

Bolier offers a select portfolio of classic forms inspired by traditional fine furniture and shaped for contemporary lifestyles. Each piece reflects a dedication to design, materials, and authentic craftsmanship and is created to be of lasting value. As Mr. Plasman points out, the new Kinkou Collection by Jiun Ho for Bolier perfectly reflects that approach while adding important new depth and range to his company’s offerings and to the market overall.

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336.887.2815

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Press Contact:
Mike Strohl/Andrew Boepple
Strohl & Company
212.242.7200

For Press During Market Week:
Christian G. Plasman
Bolier & Company
336.887.2815 office
336.882.4039 showroom

ABOUT JIUN HO

Jiun Ho arrived in the United States at 18 from Malaysia, speaking no English, with a single goal: to become a designer. After completing his studies, Jiun Ho worked in several design and architectural firms before forming his own company to design and market furniture and furnishings collections. His overall vision has been to deftly incorporate both Asian and European traditions in pieces that fit easily in both classic traditional interiors while also working seamlessly with contemporary designs.

At 30, Jiun Ho will, no doubt, be creating new innovative designs for a long time to come.

Based in San Francisco, Jiun Ho's design work and The JIUN HO Collection have been featured in Interior Design, Veranda, Elle Decor, Design Times, California Home, Fine Furnishings International, The Chicago Tribune and The San Francisco Chronicle.

If you have any further questions or inquiries please contact our nearest representative or contact us directly.

JIUN HO INTRODUCES FRENCH COLLECTION INSPIRED BY CHATEAUX OF THE LOIRE VALLEY: 09/17/2008 JIUN HO INTRODUCES FRENCH COLLECTION INSPIRED BY CHATEAUX OF THE LOIRE VALLEY 2008, September 17 -- 20-Piece Seating, Casegoods, Occasional and Upholstery Collection To Be Offered in Showrooms Nationwide --


Noted San Francisco-based furniture and interiors designer Jiun Ho is proud to introduce his latest collection, based on famed styles of 17th century France. Inspired by a biking trip through the Loire Valley, Mr. Ho has taken his signature approach and applied it to the ornate detailing and contours of the period. The result is The French Collection, a unique grouping of 20 pieces – seating, casegoods, upholstery – in a range of materials and colorations, including fresh interpretations of period French metal finishes.

Throughout his trip, Ho – whose recent Africa Collection was similarly inspired – took hundreds of interior and exterior photos on visits to such chateaux as Chenonceaux, Chambord and Villandry. It was these photos that he used as the departure point for creating the French Collection. One of the pieces, the Ussé chair, appeared in the recent Metropolitan Home Showhouse in San Francisco with a patterned hide backing by Kyle Bunting, best known for his hide rugs.

“The French Collection is designed to be transitional,” says Mr. Ho, “with broad application for a full range of interior styles from traditional to contemporary.”



About Jiun Ho

Born in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Jiun Ho is one of the hottest new interiors and furnishings designers on the world scene. At 18, Jiun left Malaysia to study design in Chicago at the International Academy of Merchandising and Design (IAMD). Upon graduation, he moved to San Francisco to start his career in hospitality design. In 2000, Jiun Ho launched his own design firm and line of furniture - The JIUN HO Collection. Jiun’s collection is featured in top showrooms throughout the US. He is known for his timeless designs, which blend traditional Eastern influences with Western sensibilities. Jiun draws much of his inspiration from his regular world travels. This has propelled his amazing success in both residential and commercial design. In 2004, Jiun Ho was invited by the National Association of Home Builders to create the interiors for the New American Home, a program developed to educate the public about home design. In 2005, Jiun was voted by Contract Magazine as “One of the 10 Top Designers to Watch.” Jiun Ho and his furniture and interior designs have been featured in such publications as Elle Décor, Interior Design, Western Interiors & Design, Architectural Digest, Metropolitan Home, The Robb Report and many others. www.jiunho.com

Press Contact:
Andrew Boepple
Strohl & Company
212.242.7200

ABOUT JIUN HO

Jiun Ho arrived in the United States at 18 from Malaysia, speaking no English, with a single goal: to become a designer. After completing his studies, Jiun Ho worked in several design and architectural firms before forming his own company to design and market furniture and furnishings collections. His overall vision has been to deftly incorporate both Asian and European traditions in pieces that fit easily in both classic traditional interiors while also working seamlessly with contemporary designs.

At 30, Jiun Ho will, no doubt, be creating new innovative designs for a long time to come.

Based in San Francisco, Jiun Ho's design work and The JIUN HO Collection have been featured in Interior Design, Veranda, Elle Decor, Design Times, California Home, Fine Furnishings International, The Chicago Tribune and The San Francisco Chronicle.

If you have any further questions or inquiries please contact our nearest representative or contact us directly.

HOTEL RENEW RECEIVED 2008 BEST OF HONOLULU AWARD: 07/07/2008 HOTEL RENEW RECEIVED 2008 BEST OF HONOLULU AWARD U.S. LOCAL BUSINESS ASSOCIATION'S AWARD PLAQUE HONORS THE ACHIEVEMENT 2008, July 07 WASHINGTON D.C., June 19, 2008 -- Hotel Renew has been selected for the 2008 Best of Honolulu Award in the Boutique Hotels category by the U.S. Local Business Association (USLBA).

The USLBA "Best of Local Business" Award Program recognizes outstanding local businesses throughout the country. Each year, the USLBA identifies companies that they believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and community. Various sources of information were gathered and analyzed to choose the winners in each category. The 2008 USLBA Award Program focused on quality, not quantity. Winners are determined based on the information gathered both internally by the USLBA and data provided by third parties.

About U.S. Local Business Association (USLBA)
U.S. Local Business Association (USLBA) is a Washington D.C. based organization funded by local businesses operating in towns, large and small, across America. The purpose of USLBA is to promote local business through public relations, marketing and advertising. The USLBA was established to recognize the best of local businesses in their community. Our organization works exclusively with local business owners, trade groups, professional associations, chambers of commerce and other business advertising and marketing groups. Our mission is to be an advocate for small and medium size businesses and business entrepreneurs across America.
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ABOUT JIUN HO

Jiun Ho arrived in the United States at 18 from Malaysia, speaking no English, with a single goal: to become a designer. After completing his studies, Jiun Ho worked in several design and architectural firms before forming his own company to design and market furniture and furnishings collections. His overall vision has been to deftly incorporate both Asian and European traditions in pieces that fit easily in both classic traditional interiors while also working seamlessly with contemporary designs.

At 30, Jiun Ho will, no doubt, be creating new innovative designs for a long time to come.

Based in San Francisco, Jiun Ho's design work and The JIUN HO Collection have been featured in Interior Design, Veranda, Elle Decor, Design Times, California Home, Fine Furnishings International, The Chicago Tribune and The San Francisco Chronicle.

If you have any further questions or inquiries please contact our nearest representative or contact us directly.

THE AFRICA COLLECTION BY JIUN HO INTRODUCED BY DENNIS MILLER: 01/12/2008 INSPIRED BY RECENT TRIP TO AFRICA, RENOWNED FURNITURE AND INTERIOR DESIGNER JIUN HO HAS CREATED THE NEW 15-PIECE AFRICA COLLECTION. 2008, January 12 Inspired by recent trips to Africa, renowned furniture and interiors designer Jiun Ho has created the new 15- piece Africa Collection. 

The case goods and upholstery pieces are being introduced by Dennis Miller Associates in New York and at showrooms around the country. 

Just as Picasso drew inspiration from a piece of African Sculpture owned my Matisse, Jiun Ho was taken with the roughly textured woods, the boldly shaped trees and the indigenous designs that he repeatedly saw throughout his travels to Botswana and South Africa. 

Dennis Miller sees Jiun Ho’s Africa Collection as “an important addition to the market that will, I think, be very well received by top interior designers and their clients.” 

ABOUT JIUN HO

Born in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Jiun Ho is one of the hottest new interiors and furnishings designers on the world scene. At 18, Jiun left Malaysia to study design in Chicago at the International Academy of Merchandising and Design (IAMD). Upon graduation, he moved to San Francisco to start his career in hospitality design. He is currently designing Hotel Reneux, Hawaii’s first designer boutique hotel, set to open in early 2008. 

In 2000, Jiun Ho launched his own design firm and line of furniture -- The JIUN HO Collection -- and the buzz began. Jiun’s collection is featured in top showrooms throughout the US. He is known for his timeless designs, which blend traditional Eastern influences with Western sensibilities. Jiun draws much of his inspiration from his regular world travels. This has propelled his amazing success in both residential and commercial design.

In 2004, Jiun Ho was invited by the National Association of Home Builders to create the interiors for the New American Home, a program developed to educate the public about home design. In 2005, Jiun was voted by Contract Magazine as “One of the 10 Top Designers to Watch.” Jiun Ho and his designs have been featured in such publications as Elle Décor, Interior Design, Western Interiors & Design, Architectural Digest, Metropolitan Home, The Robb Report and many others. www.jiunho.com 

ABOUT DENNIS MILLER ASSOCIATES

Since 1983, Dennis Miller Associates has offered innovative furniture and lighting collections designed by architects, interior designers and artisans. The firm’s New York City showroom provides a unique, continually evolving showcase for collections of such design excellence and popularity that their on-going availability is amply justified. In his role as “curator,” Dennis Miller’s practiced eye brings together collections and individual pieces that invariably work splendidly in combination with each other. Dennis Miller’s selections are uniquely modern in concept, style and production. They range from a reproduction collection of pieces by TH Robsjohn-Gibbings, continuous production of furniture by Hans Wegner to contemporary designs by Rockwell, Clodagh, Jiun Ho, Antoine Proulx, and many others. Collectively, there is a classic twentieth century style to the designs that keynotes Dennis Miller’s highly successful approach. Dennis Miller Associates office and showroom are located at 200 Lexington Avenue, Suite 1510, New York, NY 10016; telephone (212) 684-0070, and on the web at www.dennismiller.com.


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ABOUT JIUN HO

Jiun Ho arrived in the United States at 18 from Malaysia, speaking no English, with a single goal: to become a designer. After completing his studies, Jiun Ho worked in several design and architectural firms before forming his own company to design and market furniture and furnishings collections. His overall vision has been to deftly incorporate both Asian and European traditions in pieces that fit easily in both classic traditional interiors while also working seamlessly with contemporary designs.

At 30, Jiun Ho will, no doubt, be creating new innovative designs for a long time to come.

Based in San Francisco, Jiun Ho's design work and The JIUN HO Collection have been featured in Interior Design, Veranda, Elle Decor, Design Times, California Home, Fine Furnishings International, The Chicago Tribune and The San Francisco Chronicle.

If you have any further questions or inquiries please contact our nearest representative or contact us directly.

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