Rebirth: The Phoenix Collection

When you incorporate your unique taste and flair for living into a space, it truly becomes your own.


Throughout many cultures, the Phoenix represents high virtue, grace, power, prosperity, strength, peace, purity and life. We welcome you to experience these transcendent qualities – along with the healing powers of our world’s rivers – for yourselves with the first installment of the VOSAY Collection.

We welcome you to Rebirth : The Phoenix Collection.

Eventually, all things merge into one and a river runs through it.

― Norman Maclean

Caption Two

Scene: Your living room. Your family. Passing through, looking at phones and tablets, as disconnected as a group of individuals can be.

Now imagine this same group of individuals drawn to the new table in the center of the room.

They set their tablets and phones down, stop and sit and look in each other’s eyes.  Who are you? they wonder, and they start to ask.

How was your day?  How do you feel? What are you thinking about? What are you hoping will happen in your life?

As in Greek and other mythologies, where the Phoenix is regenerated or reborn to a new life, arising from the ashes of its predecessor, we at the VOSAY Collection believe in the possibility of rebirth.  We believe in the majesty and importance of rivers as a source of all life and as a place where time and “doing” cedes to simply “being.”  We believe in the possibilities of rebuilding relationships, mending broken things, and healing the world.

We believe that where this healing begins is with the individual and with the family and, by extension, with that family’s living space. Exceptional living spaces can’t help but create exceptional families; exceptional families can’t help but bring forth to the world exceptional individuals.

Imagine meeting your family face to face and heart to heart; imagine feeling understood and understanding. Imagine being emboldened to go out into the world and do more good.

Imagine every day as a chance to be reminded – and to remind the people you love – of just how unique and special you all are, and of how much you can achieve – as individuals and together in our great big, glorious and delicate world.

Have you also learned that secret from the river; that there is no such thing as time? That the river is everywhere at the same time, at the source and at the mouth, at the waterfall, at the ferry, at the current, in the ocean and in the mountains, everywhere and that the present only exists for it, not the shadow of the past nor the shadow of the future.

-Hermann Hesse