Opame Collective

Architectural Digest

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A new source for refined craftsmanship has come to Chicago.

Local designer Elizabeth Krueger and cofounder Sid Parakh have unveiled the Opame Collective, home to furniture, textiles, art, and more that share a keen sense of materiality.

Standouts include the one-of-a-kind ceramics section — derived from the hands of Kansai Noguchi, Bridget Johnson, and more — and the in-house collection of furniture and accessories that sumptuously mix marbles, brass, travertine, and more into sophisticated forms. The works are on view by appointment at Krueger’s West Hubbard Street gallery and also available online.