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Trove is always ready to sample our standard patterns as well as custom design options on a wide variety of materials. Founded in in New York City, Trove is led by Jee Levin and Randall Buck, who are both accomplished artists and the creative force behind the brand. As the founding partners of Trove, Levin and Buck aspire to merge art, design, and craft — mixing traditionally recognized decorative elements with nontraditional application and eco-friendly materials. The contract market is an opportunity to push the design conversation forward by combining custom fabrication and ambitious architecture in a public forum. We gather the information necessary to help pair appropriate options to applications. Two Trove patterns have been acquired for the permanent collection at the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum and three Trove patterns were featured in the Triennial exhibit. Trove strives to create a product that is minimally harmful and least impactful to our endangered world.

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The resulting wallcovering designs by Trove push the limits of scale and repeat with unique patterns that are 12 feet high and 3 to 6 feet across. The company employs technology that pushes beyond conventional manufacturing limits.

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Askella – trove wallpaper

We bring our passion for inspired design and new ideas along with our love of materials to find the best solution in terms of durability, budget, and quality. Trove is always ready to sample our standard patterns as well as custom design options on a wide variety of materials. As the founding partners of Trove, Levin and Buck aspire to trovleine art, design, and craft — mixing traditionally recognized decorative elements with nontraditional application and eco-friendly materials.

Trove strives to create a product that is minimally harmful and least impactful to our endangered world.

Our full design collection is available on a variety of standard and custom type II grounds. Buck believes these innovations are essential to his evolution as a designer and the possibilities are limitless.

Troveline Wallpaper 1680×2744 px, By Bruce Hunter

We take many factors into account like climate and high traffic area environments to find the best solution in terms of durability and quality. Randall Buck, a multi-media artist who works in time-based media, envisions pattern from an architectural perspective and engages technology in an effort to return the design work back to a finished form, which is tactile, distinct and inspired.

Two Trove patterns have been acquired for the permanent collection at the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum and three Trove patterns were featured in the Triennial exhibit. The contract market is an opportunity to push the design conversation forward by combining custom fabrication and ambitious architecture in a public forum.

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We gather the information necessary to help pair appropriate options to applications. Our design team brings over 20 years experience in creating and customizing our offerings for the contract market.

We have completed many projects by foregoing the conventional approach. Founded in in New York City, Trove is led by Jee Levin and Randall Buck, who are both accomplished artists and the creative force behind the brand.

Grotte – trove wallpaper

Depth and perspective replace geometry and line. Six Trove patterns were acquired for the permanent collection at the Brooklyn Museum.

Trove integrates unique design and trveline materials for commercial projects. Jee Levin, who applies her technique and philosophy of painting to wallcovering design, seeks to create wallpaper that breaks all the rules by reimagining the current language of wallpaper from repetitive graphic patterns to organic imagery with less repeat and more of the random. Projects often trovdline custom materials like window film, fabric, laminates, veneers and other surface materials that are not necessarily wall coverings.

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