For Tanner Moussa and Mackenzie Lewis, style runs in the blood. The siblings spent their childhood in impeccably designed showrooms, viewing artisans at function on manufacturing facility flooring, forging connections with makers, and, most importantly, inheriting a deep reverence for all-points interiors—one born from a few generations of home furniture designers at the Moussa relatives company, Arteriors. They are now edging to make their own imprint on the sector with Mous, which launches on-line this week with a line of elevated casegoods, seating, and objects.

As Moussa and Lewis see it, this endeavor is about showing their eyesight to the field that elevated them. “We wished to take what we’ve figured out from the past two generations and the advancement of our refined design eye to develop an elevated collection of exceptional home furniture,” points out Moussa. “We are inspired to set our mark on a little something new and produce a model of our individual by collaborating with artisans that we have occur to know about the many years, and now consider spouse and children.”

Mous cofounders Mackenzie Lewis and Tanner Moussa along with debut parts including the Sinewave sofa, Scroll buffet, and Radial cocktail table.

Picture: Kris Ellis

That refinement takes shape in a sequence of playfully sculptural silhouettes that are thoroughly completed, stitched, and glazed by hand. Oblong casegoods, svelte seating, and artisan-built objects make up the inaugural assortment, Narrative Arc, which aims to pinpoint the intersection of typical up to date style and craft. French Deco’s sinuous types and Egyptian influences are also cited as inspirations driving the debut styles.

“We’ve been traveling our complete lives from factories to architectural marvels and our publicity to these locations and cultures has led us to comprehend and embrace the finest craftsmanship and the hardest feats of creation,” suggests Lewis.

The operate is elevated through materials, as proven by the Cusp cabinet’s leather-wrapped doors, the Cassini finish table’s lacquer sheen, and the Diptych desk’s ivory vellum-coated kind. Casegoods get started at $3,000.

Photograph: Kris Ellis