Spectrum is dedicated to creating solutions for modern, transitional, and traditional environments. The clean aesthetics return to the most basic message of furniture design, to bring "good design" to a larger audience. Even though we are a primarily a family run manufacturer, both divisions of Spectrum West and Spectrum Limited are evolving as a design collaborative. Over the past five years Spectrum has partnered with industrial designers in Europe, the U.S., and Asia. If you are you interested in collaboration? Feel free to email us. We are always seeking new innovative designs.
Creative Director, attended the Corcoran College of Art + Design. While studying both graphics and industrial design at the institution, he continued to create modern fluid pieces for the Spectrum West Collection. In the coming years, he is looking to grow the Spectrum Design Collaborative, a team of designers from around the world. As Marc says, "The purpose of the Spectrum West Collection and the Design Collaborative is to not only solve design problems, but to build relationships with different design cultures from around the world. By doing so, we will shed light to new ideas and further designs that are timeless."
Personal Vice - traveling
Pete is the founder of Spectrum. He is trained as a structural engineer and has been designing furniture for Spectrum Limited for over 25 years. He specializes in creating luxury furniture for high end clients.
personal vice - chocolate
Jane is a creative mastermind behind the Spectrum West Development. Similar to Marc Ross, she too was raised in the industrial design world. Her new designs comment on her cultural experiences through France and England.
personal vice - Louis Vuitton
Jayme is a designer/artist who specializes in seeing the beauty of her subject matter. Her design theory with every space is to give each object a purpose, while eliminating the clutter. Her mediums of expression include graphic design, photography, mixed media, silkscreening and interior space planning. Her collaboration with Spectrum West resulted in her "knotch" table, "almost tube" tables, "ess" table, "air bed", "magazine rack" and "hold-it" tray. Today, she finds inspiration from her family, friends, and life experiences. See more of her work at www.jaymedesign.com
Personal Vice - Flip Flops
Friedman is famous for his furniture designs with Brueton, however he too conceptualized the "Conic Series" with its uber 1960's lines. These simple and highly eco mod designs will spark conversation in anyone's home.
personal vice - martinis