The James Rose Center; photo by Michael Biondo

At The Rose House: Green River Project LLC and Object & Thing will open to the public this fall from September 9–October 2.

James Rose (1913–1991) was a Modernist landscape architect whose garden and house have been preserved in Ridgewood,  New Jersey. Rose's work and the house have been a longtime inspiration to Green River Project LLC who are making a new collection of furniture for the occasion. At The Rose House extends Object & Thing’s recent practice of organizing exhibitions within historic artists’ and architects’ own homes and builds upon Green River Project LLC and Object & Thing’s frequent collaborations. A percentage of sales benefits The James Rose Center.

The exhibition requires considerable collaboration among colleagues throughout the art and design communities. Galleries and organizations contributing works to the exhibition include: Blum & Poe, Eames Office, Electronic Arts Intermix, Holt/Smithson Foundation, Lisson Gallery, Matthew Marks Gallery, Nonaka-Hill and P.P.O.W.

The James Rose Center is open Tuesday–Sunday from 10 am–4pm throughout the exhibition. Further information on visitor policies is available on The James Rose Center website.

Address: 506 East Ridgewood Avenue, Ridgewood, NJ 07450

For any questions related to the exhibition, please be in touch at


  • Paul Arnhold
  • Alvaro Barrington
  • Bloomstein Industrial
  • Bode
  • Charles and Ray Eames
  • Louis Eisner
  • Green River Project LLC
  • Hugh Hayden
  • Lonnie Holley
  • Nancy Holt
  • Clementine Keith-Roach
  • Matt Kenny
  • Luck Carpentry
  • Kiva Motnyk
  • Michele Oka Doner
  • Johnny Ortiz-Concha
  • Frances Palmer
  • Preziosi Lighting
  • Teague’s Path
  • Anne Truitt
  • Masaomi Yasunaga