Randall Buck

Randall Buck

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. Buck has engineered existing technology to push it beyond conventional manufacturing limits to invent new materials original for their environmental qualities and endurance.  Buck believes these innovations are essential to his evolution as a designer and the possibilities are limitless.

About Trove
Founded in 2006 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.  Trove strives to create a product that is minimally harmful and least impactful to our endangered world. Levin and Buck’s work is a clever interpretation of the simple, yet fascinating beauty of our environment.

Trove has won several awards, including four Good Design awards, two Editor's Choice Awards for ICFF, and two Architectural Products Product Innovation award.  Trove has also won a NeoCon Silver award for their “Vivid” collection for KnollTextiles. 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 2010 Triennial exhibit.  Six Trove patterns were acquired for the permanent collection at the Brooklyn Museum.

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