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A refined expression of modern industrial utility. Designed in 1997 by Jeff Covey.
The Covey Stool (more…)
Familiar knitting stitches are transformed in the hands of textile artist Claire O’Brien…
Wool felt, possibly the oldest of fabrics; durable and versatile, well known for its thermal and acoustical characteristics. Felt is water resistant, self-extinguishing, renewable, recyclable and easy to clean. Since 2009 Boston based FilzFelt (more…)
Fun, smart, crisp design; Cristian Reyes Creative Studio debut furniture collection exhibits the thinking of an industrial designer. Every component gets to play a multiple role in the versatility of each furniture piece in the Alma collection. (more…)
Dunn’s collection of gracious original designs integrates well with both modern and more traditional settings. Founded by Asher Dunn in 2010 this small, specialized furniture company fabricates finely detailed pieces from mainly recycled/ sustainable hardwoods. (more…)
Federico Minarelli and Julie Janssen are the architect/design collaborators of Fred&Juul. Working from their architecture studio in Florence, Fred&Juul have set out to created a line of home furnishings that are a expression of the their love of local Tuscan craftmanship. (more…)
A stunning little chair called Saya designed by the Spanish Design Studio Lievore Altherr Molina for Arper… (more…)
Argentian design duo Marcello Dabini and Nadia Corsaro have been creating their beautiful wooden veneer lamps in Buenos Aires since 2001. (more…)
Exquisite wool blankets, and throws made by Swans Island in Maine, where raising sheep, spinning, dying and weaving are at the center of a community that creates everything by hand. (more…)
Material: Paper Yarn. Process: Knitted, woven, flattened, stretched, shagged, fringed, dyed, sewn, made smooth, made rough, made durable, made soft, made beautiful.
Since 1987 Finnish Designer/Founder Ritva Puotila has taken paper yarn and created a vast array of materials and products for the home. (more…)