Jonathan Nesci calls Columbus home

Jonathan Nesci is a Columbus, Indiana-based designer known for his furniture, lighting, and exhibition design. His work has appeared in Architectural Digest, Surface, Wallpaper, Cultured, Cultured, Dwell, Chicago Tribune, Metropolitan Home, and many others.

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Indianapolis Monthly - Nesci feature

From Indianapolis Monthly magazine…

“Wallpaper magazine gave Nesci’s polished-aluminum wall-mounted shelf an award for best use of materials … it’s part of an early collection that used only seven- or 70-degree angles (the bay walls are set at seven degrees), which represents Nesci’s interest in designing within geometric constraints.”- from Indianapolis Monthly magazine

About life in Columbus…

As a fan of architecture and building in general, like many people I just kind of ended up here. A few years ago a friend and I spent the afternoon here and I’ve been coming back ever since. I feel like the town has many layers, and with each experience, I get a bit more insight into how special it really is. Yes, it’s the buildings, but I’m from Chicago and have seen good buildings. For me it’s more about the legacy of the Miller family and how one family directly changed the trajectory of an entire city, a city completely altered with the building of a church in 1942. It’s compelling on many levels. – from Sight Unseen