Lloyd Powell, Phillip

(1919 - 2008)

Phillip Lloyd Powell was a Pennsylvania craftsman and designer, who was an important member of the American studio furniture movement. Powell started making furniture in his family’s basement when he was 16 years old. He studied engineering at the Drexel Institute of Technology and after the war, he opened a workshop in New Hope, Pennsylvania, where George Nakashima also had his studio. Paul Evans (1931-1987) started as Powell's protégé in the workshop around 1955, which led to a collabaration until 1966. Powell staid in New Hope until his death in 2008.


Bloomberry is an antiques dealer specialized in exquisite twentieth century design, founded in 2005 by Patricia Keurentjes and Leander Meerman. Our strength is that we read the past differently and do have a keen eye for yet little known masterpieces. Our company is housed in a former textile factory that spans 5.000 square meters. It is located just near Maastricht, in the south of the Netherlands, within two hours from Amsterdam, Bruxelles and Cologne. Only part of the collection is shown on the website. A visit -  by appointment only - gives you the full insight.