The New Traditionalists and Tekton Hospitality Publicly Align

To all our HD Expo guests, thank you!

With uniquely created softgood and casegood items that embodied the company's innovative profile, Tekton Hospitality designed by The New Traditionalists debuted their brand for the first time at the Hospitality Industry Products and Design (HD) Expo. The show was held on May 3-5, 2017 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center, Las Vegas, NV. Tekton Hospitality designed by The New Traditionalists features residential and hospitality engineering, design and manufacturing resources with a production capacity of one to 10,000 with over 220K square feet of manufacturing facilities entirely in the USA.

Tekton Hospitality's booth and President CEO Henry Savedra, Jr. featured in the official 2017 HD Expo Show Video at Minute 0:30

Founder and CEO of the The New Traditionalists and ducduc, Philip Erdoes, together with Brady Wilcox, Chief Creative Officer and Architect with over 30 years of experience in design, established the The New Traditionalists­- high end residential and hospitality design, and duduc- high-end children's design and manufacturing, over 10 years ago; Tekton Hospitality- hospitality manufacturing, founded by hospitality industry veteran President CEO Henry Savedra Jr., recently joined the family. In September 2016, the partners decided to premier at the HD show with the purpose of advancing the public unification of the two brands, igniting a lengthy and complex process to identify how to bring the vision of the compound company to life.

Shot on location at both factories in Rancho Cucamonga, CA and Torrington, CT and filmed by a professional documentary film crew led by Eamon Downey, a member of the marketing team at The New Traditionalists, Manufacturing Re-Shored, a 13 minute mini film depicting both the company's pioneer return to domestic full-scale production and passion to see American manufacturing restored, was playing in its booth throughout. During that time, guests were welcomed to experience its furniture and atmosphere, while spending time with some of those at the heart of the organization over a fresh cup of pour over coffee roasted by Klatch Coffee just for Tekton Hospitality, which featured a 50% blend of Fair Trade El Salvador Las Mercedes La Avila and Brazil Black Diamond. 

Tekton Hospitality processes the high-volume and single-item production of furniture that we custom design with our clients. We specialize in casegoods, softgoods, and millwork for the hospitality industry. The entire design-to-shipping process is executed in the United States at our Southern California headquarters and factory, at our sister Connecticut factory, and at our New York designer showroom. For more information on the company, how to place an order, general inquiries, and questions, visit TektonHospitality.com.