Anthony Cox Collection for Theodore Alexander
ANTHONY COX - INNOVATION & ECLECTICISM
Anthony Cox, Theodore Alexander’s Creative Director, provides design insights
Anthony Cox, creative director of Theodore Alexander for more than 15 years, is setting up a personal studio in the English countryside where he will create designs for Theodore Alexander under his signature brand. The logo is his family crest and represents his family history a legacy of generations of curation and living with incredible British interiors.
Anthony is a believer in eclectic interiors, combining textures and materials to create a layered feeling. There runs through his designs a common thread of modern classicism and insightful application of materials. Surface treatments are employed to complement the form of a piece, such as the flow match marble on Ellera Table or the surprising interior of the Delight campaign desk. Manufacturing challenges are addressed in the Wrap Console, a solid brass study in movement created in Theodore Alexander’s own foundry. The past is upcycled in an elegant blue hall chair entitled “Introspect” which is a playful take on a Georgian original.
Under Anthony’s design leadership Theodore Alexander has launched ground breaking furniture collections, including Althorp Living History, Jamie Drake, Keno Bros., Michael Berman’s Califolio, and Steve Leung.
Of his own designs, spanning from the Transitional to the Traditional, he states that “proportion, attention to detail and visual surprises are all hallmarks of Theodore Alexander.”
Inspired by his European upbringing and exposure to both great design and historic interiors, Anthony’s ethos builds on a tradition of classical proportions and classic lines translated for modern taste.
If the item is not in stock we can import it for you. The delivery period is 17 weeks from Theodore Alexander. If you wish us to import any of the pieces below we will request a 50% deposit to initiate the order with the balance payable upon arrival in Johannesburg.
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