Reunion Goods & Services is a design studio focused on interiors, identity and ideas among various cultural spheres. With a range of experience, we see every project as an opportunity (and responsibility) to engage with the world in a unique artistic dialogue.

Laura Flam


Laura Flam worked as a senior designer for Roman and Williams Buildings and Interiors where she led various projects including The Ace Hotel New York, The Standard Hotel New York, The Breslin, and The Dutch. She has also worked on numerous residential projects, from New York City to Kauai to Moscow. Prior to working, Laura studied Interior Design at FIT.

Carlton DeWoody


Carlton DeWoody is an artist and an art director from New York City. Studying at Tulane University, University of Colorado, and The New School, he graduated with a combined degree in Philosophy and Poetics. His artwork has been shown and collected internationally. In addition to his fine art practice, Carlton ran the design and ideas studio Sprout for ten years with commercial clients ranging from the music and entertainment industries to real estate and hospitality.

Eric Adolfsen


Eric Adolfsen was formerly a director at Brand New School where he led the 2010 re-brand of Cartoon Network and shot many visually-driven commercials. He is the creative founder of The Wooly, a private bar in the landmark Woolworth Building, and has been artistic director for House of Waris since 2004. Eric received his MFA from Yale University School of Art and his BA in Art-Semiotics from Brown University.


10 Jay Street
Suite 711
Brooklyn NY 11201

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Now filled with art by the Mardens and friends such as Francesco Clemente, the 10-room Hotel Tivoli has been transformed by a redesign including pops of color and sensuous slabs of marble..Much of the vintage furniture filling the hotel was sourced there by the Mardens, who collaborated with new design firm Reunion Goods & Services on the renovation..It turned out to be a match made in decorating heaven.

Whatever a brief may call for, Reunion seeks projects that unite its interests in art, branding, furniture, and interiors…But despite its freewheeling thought process, the firm has found a way to tailor its creative thinking to spatial limitations. (From the magazine’s 2014 Endorsements Issue featuring “ten visionary talents set to change the worlds of art and design.”)

For drinks, this winter’s hot spot for après-ski is the retro-cool bar at the Wildwood, an old, down-at-the-heels ski lodge that’s just been vividly and whimsically rejuvenated with a 1960s vibe by the New York design firm Reunion.

A smart revamp of an old ski lodge…its colorful interiors have a playful retro-chic feel.

A colourful and playful look by undauntedly merging inspiration from ski lodges of the last four decades together in one.

Nashville, Tennessee’s burgeoning food scene is welcoming a stylish newcomer: Pinewood Social designed by Nashville-based Landy Gardner Interiors and the New York firm Reunion.

The latest trend in hotels? Quirky meets woodsy. Wildwood Snowmass has gone 1960s ski-lodge retro. The renovated bedrooms are still small, with space-saving captain’s beds, but you’re meant to be down in the lobby—an alpine version of Pee-wee’s Playhouse.