Lisa Donohoe and Brynn Gelbard work closely with clients to understand what each space needs. From art panels, to painted ‘rugs’ on floors, to decorative finishes, to one-of a kind baths and furniture pieces, to fashion and editorial backdrops, to ornate murals and ceilings, each project is site specific and clearly infused with Londubh’s joyous precision and delight in the details.

Inspired by nature, history, social justice, and the wild California spirit, the duo ever strives to push the boundaries of the traditional decorative arts while also blurring the line between art and design.  Their innovative use of classical materials is a signature of Londubh. Fusing decorative ornament, geometric symmetry, custom colour combinations and their determination to create from a place of love as often as possible, their work resonates on a deeply personal level. Londubh spaces feel sacred, and sacred spaces fuel the soul.

The artists are available for residential and commercial projects across the United States and beyond.  Their work can be found at Clifton’s Cafeteria, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab, The Jean Georges Restaurant at the Beverly Hills Waldorf Astoria, and the G Hotel Penthouse Suites in San Francisco, CA.

Recently, their pieces have exhibited at ‘Into Action’ and ‘We Rise’, large scale pop up music and art events for justice and the common good in Los Angeles, CA.  

Vogue named ‘Intimate Strangers: The Los Angeles Conversation’, featuring their work along with that of several other LA based artists from around the world, in their Top 8 exhibits to visit at Milan’s 2017 Salone Del Mobile.

They share a vintage warehouse with Whore Haus Studios in Downtown, Los Angeles, affectionately known as ‘The Whore Haus’, open by appointment only.