Corporate Clientele

We offer complete range of restoration / remediation of classic modern furniture. 

 

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martin luther king library

The MLK needed 250 Barcelona chairs to be renovated and refurbished to brand new standards. The call went to DDMD! 


 
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General Dynamics

CEO's office furnishings at the Technology center in Fairfax were renovated by DDMD. Two main office chairs were recovered in plush leather. 


 
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seth myers & MSNBC Universal

Seth Myers' office was decorated and furnished by DDMD, as were the green rooms for his show and for SNL.


 

Pacific Life

Donnelly re-interpreted a traditional harvest table and bench for the insurance giant's cafeteria in Manhattan.

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 Farmhouse style!

Farmhouse style!

 
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Embassy of Denmark

In line with Danish modesty, equalitarianism and democratic principles, the modernist architectural style is known for clean lines and humble expressions. Having since become the first carbon neutral embassy building in Washington, the building also embodies modern Denmark of today.

 
 
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American institute of arcHItects

The Institute's lobby is filled with item from Daniel Donnelly Modern Design, and much of the office furnishings are Herman Miller pieces supplied by Donnelly.

 
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National gallery of art

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National endowment for the arts

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boeing

A client since 2003. 


 

National Academy of Sciences

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PEW CHARITABLE TRUSTS

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 The Great Hall at the National Building Museum

The Great Hall at the National Building Museum

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Donnelly collaborated with the Museum’s Design Apprenticeship Program (DAP) to offer guidance and expertise to area high school students as they constructed modern furniture for donation to a local organization called the Dinner Program for Homeless Women. 

 
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Table in glass and chrome

RdV Vinyards

“There are many attractive wines made in Virginia, but what marks de Vink’s wines out is their density, without heaviness or marked alcohol. I suspect they will have a long and glorious life and, doubtless, raise the bar for other vignerons in the native state of America’s most famous wine-loving president.”

- Jancis Robinson


 Furniture by Arthur Cotton Moore

Furniture by Arthur Cotton Moore

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Two-time AIA National Honor winner, Arthur Cotton Moore is one of the leading architects of his generation, and is now working on the dream project called "Master Plan of the National Mall, Expanded for the 21st Century." It is a re-boot of the national Mall in Washington. DDMD has been working with Moore and his various designs for two decades. A sample of DDMD's contributions can be seen in the picture at left.

 
 
 
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Library of Congress

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Roger Stone

Even the notorious Washington operatives are people we can brag as having as clients! His OldTown digs feature a variety of furnishings and antiques sold to him over a decade ago.

 

Marden House designed by Frank Lloyd Wright

The Marden House was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1952 fpr the National Geographic photographer Luis Marden. Situated in McLean, Virginia, on a bluff overlooking the Potomac River, this astonishing house was completed in 1959 at a cost of $76,000, which would be roughly equivalent to $800K today. The house was acquired by AOL founder Jim Kinsey and was about to be demolished when a casual remark about Frank Lloyd Wright's aesthetics convinced Kimsey to remodel, which brought Dan Donnelly into the picture, and into the credits of the New York Times Magazine story about the renovation.