Begun in 2008 as a partnership between Jamie Iacoli & Brian McAllister, Iacoli & McAllister is a Seattle based design studio offering a furniture, lighting and object product line that embodies an ethos of beauty, quality and style. We are available for commissions and large scale work. All of our pieces are assembled in their Seattle studio by a small team.

For seven years Iacoli & McAllister handled all metal and wood fabrication in-house and understands how things are made.  Since 2015 we have been working closely with a network of west coast based vendors to produce our product line. Our team understands the importance of maintaining strong relationships with our vendors, so that we deliver a quality product within budget and on schedule.  

Over the years, our work has been featured in The New York Times, T Magazine, Wallpaper*, Dwell, Surface, Elle Decor UK, Fast Company, Wired, Sight Unseen, Interior Design, Vogue Living among other publications online and in print. 




Large Frame Lights in Beats by Dre Headquarters | Design: Bestor Architecture 

Large Frame Lights in Beats by Dre Headquarters | Design: Bestor Architecture 


Our work can be seen in corporate headquarters and projects by the following clients: 

Beats by Dre
SAKS 5th Ave
Hilton Hotels
Le Bon Marché - Paris
Saks 5th Ave
Tiffany & Co.
Vaynor Media
W Hotel

Large Spicas in Tumblr Headquarters | Design: A+I

Large Spicas in Tumblr Headquarters | Design: A+I

Revati | Iacoli & McAllister

Our products have been carried in the following stores and boutiques:

Ace Hotel
ABC Home
The Future Perfect
Paul Smith
Starbucks Reserve Roastery

11 Piece Frame | Cluster Iacoli & McAllister

Jamie Iacoli Newman & Sid

My work draws from my studies in eastern and western philosophy, 19th and 20th century literature, 20th & 21st century art as well as travel and quiet time spent in solitude.  In my work I find myself coming back to these three words - beauty, quality and style. Inspired by the Bauhaus, I tend to keep it simple by exploring the way lines, planes and volumes intersect space.  Emotions, barometric pressure, the space between - I am intrigued by the nuance of what we cannot see but we know exists, the negative space created and highlighted by a piece. 

 -Jamie Iacoli Newman, June 2018