Established in 2015, MDFG is a design gallery located in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, specializing in 20th century design by architects and artists such as Jean Prouvé, Charlotte Perriand, Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, Jean Royere, and Isamu Noguchi. Partners and husband and wife, Jeffrey Graetsch and Ashley Booth Klein, source important, rare works for the gallery and privately advise clients on building personal and comprehensive collections. Select interior design services are also available through their in-house design studio, Booth.
Collector’s homes furnished with nearly every piece hand-selected and placed by MDFG, as well as custom hand-knotted rugs, curtains, hardware, and upholstered design by Booth, have been featured in various art and design magazines, internationally, such as World of Interiors. Additionally, Graetsch has been interviewed as an authority on Jeanneret for 1stdibs’ “Introspective”; and most recently, Graetsch and Klein have given tours of the gallery to design scholar Daniella Ohad.
“Thoroughly Modern Milieu,” 8-page feature, March 2022 (print).
“MDFG: Building Comprehensive Lifetime Collections,” 12-page feature in the book Mid-Century Modern: High-End Furniture in Collectors’ Interiors, 2021 (print).
“A Couple of Collectors,” 12-page feature, 2020 (print).
“Inside a Brooklyn Home and Shop Where Mid-Century Magic Reigns,” 1stDibs feature, 2018 (online).
“Pierre Jeanneret’s Chandigarh Furniture Remains a Source of Intrigue,” 1stDibs, 2022 (online).