In 2002 David launched NettoCollection, a pioneering line of modern children’s furniture which channeled the style and beauty of pieces from the 1930s and ’50s to lift the aesthetics of a whole industry.
As a writer on the history of architecture and design, from 2010-2012 he worked as contributing design editor to the Wall Street Journal. After 2012 he did so for T, the New York Times Style Magazine, and now writes the Case Studies column for Town & Country.
Recently David Netto authored a monograph on the work of Francois Catroux, published by Rizzoli, and is presently writing the text for the upcoming Stephen Sills book.
David Netto Design LLC is now active in Los Angeleswith projects on both the east and west coasts. David lives in a small but dazzling Neutra house in Silverlake, in which he has raised 2 daughters.
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