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    Fredericks and Mae

    SQ4389885

    Colorful Confetti Cutting Board

    about the designer

    Fredericks & Mae is a design studio reveling in the art of the gift. They are committed to bringing objects into the world that prompt wide eyes, inexplicable delight, and full body chills. A well chosen gift can be a bolt of connection - a beacon that reminds us of our relationships. They are ever-vigilant for the commodification of joy and the dangers of material accumulation - but love to surround themselves with a few well chosen beautiful things. Every mantle is an altar, each shelf a shrine, a coffee table a collection of things that tell a story about where we come from and where we want to go.

    Fredericks and Mae

    SQ4389885

    Colorful Confetti Cutting Board

    about the designer

    Fredericks & Mae is a design studio reveling in the art of the gift. They are committed to bringing objects into the world that prompt wide eyes, inexplicable delight, and full body chills. A well chosen gift can be a bolt of connection - a beacon that reminds us of our relationships. They are ever-vigilant for the commodification of joy and the dangers of material accumulation - but love to surround themselves with a few well chosen beautiful things. Every mantle is an altar, each shelf a shrine, a coffee table a collection of things that tell a story about where we come from and where we want to go.

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    Ichendorf Milano

    Rings Oil Bottle

    about the designer

    In 2010, designer Ellen Van Dusen launched Dusen Dusen, a womenswear line known for its bold, original prints on versatile, wearable silhouettes. Each season, the Dusen Dusen collection is developed and inspired by fine art, commercial and naïve design, as well as the brain's reaction to color, movement, and contrast. In 2015, the brand expanded with the launch of Dusen Dusen Home, a textile and home goods line that includes bedding, throws, pillows, and towels. Ellen Van Dusen was born and raised in Washington, DC and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY with her dog, Snips.

    Ichendorf Milano

    Rings Oil Bottle

    about the designer

    In 2010, designer Ellen Van Dusen launched Dusen Dusen, a womenswear line known for its bold, original prints on versatile, wearable silhouettes. Each season, the Dusen Dusen collection is developed and inspired by fine art, commercial and naïve design, as well as the brain's reaction to color, movement, and contrast. In 2015, the brand expanded with the launch of Dusen Dusen Home, a textile and home goods line that includes bedding, throws, pillows, and towels. Ellen Van Dusen was born and raised in Washington, DC and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY with her dog, Snips.

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    Rainbow Cutting Board
    Rainbow Cutting Board
    Rainbow Cutting Board - Son of Rand
    Fredericks and Mae

    SQ8308562

    Rainbow Cutting Board

    about the designer

    Fredericks & Mae is a design studio reveling in the art of the gift. They are committed to bringing objects into the world that prompt wide eyes, inexplicable delight, and full body chills. A well chosen gift can be a bolt of connection - a beacon that reminds us of our relationships. They are ever-vigilant for the commodification of joy and the dangers of material accumulation - but love to surround themselves with a few well chosen beautiful things. Every mantle is an altar, each shelf a shrine, a coffee table a collection of things that tell a story about where we come from and where we want to go.

    Rainbow Cutting Board
    Rainbow Cutting Board
    Rainbow Cutting Board - Son of Rand
    Fredericks and Mae

    SQ8308562

    Rainbow Cutting Board

    about the designer

    Fredericks & Mae is a design studio reveling in the art of the gift. They are committed to bringing objects into the world that prompt wide eyes, inexplicable delight, and full body chills. A well chosen gift can be a bolt of connection - a beacon that reminds us of our relationships. They are ever-vigilant for the commodification of joy and the dangers of material accumulation - but love to surround themselves with a few well chosen beautiful things. Every mantle is an altar, each shelf a shrine, a coffee table a collection of things that tell a story about where we come from and where we want to go.

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    Sophie Lou Jacobsen

    ET2-NPA

    Spiral Coasters

    about the designer

    Sophie Lou Jacobsen is a French-American designer currently based in New York City. She established her studio in 2019, with an initial focus on objects of everyday use, mostly using glass as a medium and exploring the interaction between object and user. Her work stems from the idea that objects have an innate power to enhance their user's mood through form and function. She focuses on simple objects and rituals, to see how she can alter these in ways that are surprising, delightful, and elevate the user experience. She believes that the objects which we surround ourselves with can and should be imbued with a certain poetry, creating a relationship between humans and objects built on mutual respect.

    Sophie Lou Jacobsen

    ET2-NPA

    Spiral Coasters

    about the designer

    Sophie Lou Jacobsen is a French-American designer currently based in New York City. She established her studio in 2019, with an initial focus on objects of everyday use, mostly using glass as a medium and exploring the interaction between object and user. Her work stems from the idea that objects have an innate power to enhance their user's mood through form and function. She focuses on simple objects and rituals, to see how she can alter these in ways that are surprising, delightful, and elevate the user experience. She believes that the objects which we surround ourselves with can and should be imbued with a certain poetry, creating a relationship between humans and objects built on mutual respect.

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    Fredericks and Mae

    Chefs Knife

    about the designer

    Fredericks & Mae is a design studio reveling in the art of the gift. They are committed to bringing objects into the world that prompt wide eyes, inexplicable delight, and full body chills. A well chosen gift can be a bolt of connection - a beacon that reminds us of our relationships. They are ever-vigilant for the commodification of joy and the dangers of material accumulation - but love to surround themselves with a few well chosen beautiful things. Every mantle is an altar, each shelf a shrine, a coffee table a collection of things that tell a story about where we come from and where we want to go.

    Fredericks and Mae

    Chefs Knife

    about the designer

    Fredericks & Mae is a design studio reveling in the art of the gift. They are committed to bringing objects into the world that prompt wide eyes, inexplicable delight, and full body chills. A well chosen gift can be a bolt of connection - a beacon that reminds us of our relationships. They are ever-vigilant for the commodification of joy and the dangers of material accumulation - but love to surround themselves with a few well chosen beautiful things. Every mantle is an altar, each shelf a shrine, a coffee table a collection of things that tell a story about where we come from and where we want to go.

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    Artbook

    ANJU & BANJU - Korean Tapas Recipes and Story Book

    about the designer

    Poets & Punks celebrates books and the places that inspire them. Based in London and Seoul, we publish books across a range of sectors, from children’s titles to cookbooks, with a mix of culture, creativity and curiosity. These publications are complemented by a growing lineup of lifestyle goods, original products made for poets, punks and everyone in between.

    Artbook

    ANJU & BANJU - Korean Tapas Recipes and Story Book

    about the designer

    Poets & Punks celebrates books and the places that inspire them. Based in London and Seoul, we publish books across a range of sectors, from children’s titles to cookbooks, with a mix of culture, creativity and curiosity. These publications are complemented by a growing lineup of lifestyle goods, original products made for poets, punks and everyone in between.

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    Fredericks and Mae

    Rainbow Cutting Board XL

    about the designer

    Fredericks & Mae is a design studio reveling in the art of the gift. They are committed to bringing objects into the world that prompt wide eyes, inexplicable delight, and full body chills. A well chosen gift can be a bolt of connection - a beacon that reminds us of our relationships. They are ever-vigilant for the commodification of joy and the dangers of material accumulation - but love to surround themselves with a few well chosen beautiful things. Every mantle is an altar, each shelf a shrine, a coffee table a collection of things that tell a story about where we come from and where we want to go.

    Fredericks and Mae

    Rainbow Cutting Board XL

    about the designer

    Fredericks & Mae is a design studio reveling in the art of the gift. They are committed to bringing objects into the world that prompt wide eyes, inexplicable delight, and full body chills. A well chosen gift can be a bolt of connection - a beacon that reminds us of our relationships. They are ever-vigilant for the commodification of joy and the dangers of material accumulation - but love to surround themselves with a few well chosen beautiful things. Every mantle is an altar, each shelf a shrine, a coffee table a collection of things that tell a story about where we come from and where we want to go.

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    Sophie Lou Jacobsen

    SP8-GH

    Bilboquet Wine Glasses in Golden Hour

    about the designer

    Sophie Lou Jacobsen is a French-American designer currently based in New York City. She established her studio in 2019, with an initial focus on objects of everyday use, mostly using glass as a medium and exploring the interaction between object and user. Her work stems from the idea that objects have an innate power to enhance their user's mood through form and function. She focuses on simple objects and rituals, to see how she can alter these in ways that are surprising, delightful, and elevate the user experience. She believes that the objects which we surround ourselves with can and should be imbued with a certain poetry, creating a relationship between humans and objects built on mutual respect.

    Sophie Lou Jacobsen

    SP8-GH

    Bilboquet Wine Glasses in Golden Hour

    about the designer

    Sophie Lou Jacobsen is a French-American designer currently based in New York City. She established her studio in 2019, with an initial focus on objects of everyday use, mostly using glass as a medium and exploring the interaction between object and user. Her work stems from the idea that objects have an innate power to enhance their user's mood through form and function. She focuses on simple objects and rituals, to see how she can alter these in ways that are surprising, delightful, and elevate the user experience. She believes that the objects which we surround ourselves with can and should be imbued with a certain poetry, creating a relationship between humans and objects built on mutual respect.

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    Sam Stewart

    SP8-GH-1

    Spool Paper Towel Holder

    about the designer

    Sam Stewart (b. 1988, North Carolina) is a New York based artist whose work resembles and functions as household furniture and domestic objects. As sculptures, they often take on animistic qualities that border on the absurd and whimsical, but also the slightly perverse. He is interested in design that elicits a heightened simplicity and exaggerated satisfaction of looking, as much he wants to draw out awkward, more anecdotal encounters with the designed object. Stewart’s studio practice involves meticulous attention to craftsmanship and working with fabricators and modes of production typically adopted by professionals in the field.

    Sam Stewart

    SP8-GH-1

    Spool Paper Towel Holder

    about the designer

    Sam Stewart (b. 1988, North Carolina) is a New York based artist whose work resembles and functions as household furniture and domestic objects. As sculptures, they often take on animistic qualities that border on the absurd and whimsical, but also the slightly perverse. He is interested in design that elicits a heightened simplicity and exaggerated satisfaction of looking, as much he wants to draw out awkward, more anecdotal encounters with the designed object. Stewart’s studio practice involves meticulous attention to craftsmanship and working with fabricators and modes of production typically adopted by professionals in the field.

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    Sophie Lou Jacobsen

    Everything Nice Bowls

    about the designer

    Sophie Lou Jacobsen is a French-American designer currently based in New York City. She designs objects, furniture, and spaces. She established her studio two years ago, and since then has been focused primarily on objects of everyday use, mostly using glass as a medium and exploring the interaction between object and user. Her work stems from the idea that objects have an innate power to enhance their user's mood through form and function. She focuses on simple objects and rituals, to see how she can alter these in ways that are surprising, delightful, and elevate the user experience. She believes that the objects which we surround ourselves with can and should be imbued with a certain poetry, creating a relationship between humans and objects built on mutual respect.

    Sophie Lou Jacobsen

    Everything Nice Bowls

    about the designer

    Sophie Lou Jacobsen is a French-American designer currently based in New York City. She designs objects, furniture, and spaces. She established her studio two years ago, and since then has been focused primarily on objects of everyday use, mostly using glass as a medium and exploring the interaction between object and user. Her work stems from the idea that objects have an innate power to enhance their user's mood through form and function. She focuses on simple objects and rituals, to see how she can alter these in ways that are surprising, delightful, and elevate the user experience. She believes that the objects which we surround ourselves with can and should be imbued with a certain poetry, creating a relationship between humans and objects built on mutual respect.

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    Sophie Lou Jacobsen

    SC1-MPS

    Squiggle Pitcher

    about the designer

    Sophie Lou Jacobsen is a French-American designer currently based in New York City. She established her studio in 2019, with an initial focus on objects of everyday use, mostly using glass as a medium and exploring the interaction between object and user. Her work stems from the idea that objects have an innate power to enhance their user's mood through form and function. She focuses on simple objects and rituals, to see how she can alter these in ways that are surprising, delightful, and elevate the user experience. She believes that the objects which we surround ourselves with can and should be imbued with a certain poetry, creating a relationship between humans and objects built on mutual respect.

    Sophie Lou Jacobsen

    SC1-MPS

    Squiggle Pitcher

    about the designer

    Sophie Lou Jacobsen is a French-American designer currently based in New York City. She established her studio in 2019, with an initial focus on objects of everyday use, mostly using glass as a medium and exploring the interaction between object and user. Her work stems from the idea that objects have an innate power to enhance their user's mood through form and function. She focuses on simple objects and rituals, to see how she can alter these in ways that are surprising, delightful, and elevate the user experience. She believes that the objects which we surround ourselves with can and should be imbued with a certain poetry, creating a relationship between humans and objects built on mutual respect.

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    Sophie Lou Jacobsen

    SP9-BN

    Piano Cocktail Glasses in Bluenote

    about the designer

    Sophie Lou Jacobsen is a French-American designer currently based in New York City. She established her studio in 2019, with an initial focus on objects of everyday use, mostly using glass as a medium and exploring the interaction between object and user. Her work stems from the idea that objects have an innate power to enhance their user's mood through form and function. She focuses on simple objects and rituals, to see how she can alter these in ways that are surprising, delightful, and elevate the user experience. She believes that the objects which we surround ourselves with can and should be imbued with a certain poetry, creating a relationship between humans and objects built on mutual respect.

    Sophie Lou Jacobsen

    SP9-BN

    Piano Cocktail Glasses in Bluenote

    about the designer

    Sophie Lou Jacobsen is a French-American designer currently based in New York City. She established her studio in 2019, with an initial focus on objects of everyday use, mostly using glass as a medium and exploring the interaction between object and user. Her work stems from the idea that objects have an innate power to enhance their user's mood through form and function. She focuses on simple objects and rituals, to see how she can alter these in ways that are surprising, delightful, and elevate the user experience. She believes that the objects which we surround ourselves with can and should be imbued with a certain poetry, creating a relationship between humans and objects built on mutual respect.

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    Pat Kim

    SP8-G2

    Twist Spread Set

    about the designer

    Virginia native Pat Kim graduated with a degree in Industrial Design from Pratt Institute in 2009. After completing an internship with Fisher-Price and working for a high-end furniture designer/fabricator, he set up his own studio in Red Hook, Brooklyn.

    Pat Kim

    SP8-G2

    Twist Spread Set

    about the designer

    Virginia native Pat Kim graduated with a degree in Industrial Design from Pratt Institute in 2009. After completing an internship with Fisher-Price and working for a high-end furniture designer/fabricator, he set up his own studio in Red Hook, Brooklyn.

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    Sophie Lou Jacobsen

    SP8-GH

    Everything Nice Butter Dish

    about the designer

    Sophie Lou Jacobsen is a French-American designer currently based in New York City. She established her studio in 2019, with an initial focus on objects of everyday use, mostly using glass as a medium and exploring the interaction between object and user. Her work stems from the idea that objects have an innate power to enhance their user's mood through form and function. She focuses on simple objects and rituals, to see how she can alter these in ways that are surprising, delightful, and elevate the user experience. She believes that the objects which we surround ourselves with can and should be imbued with a certain poetry, creating a relationship between humans and objects built on mutual respect.

    Sophie Lou Jacobsen

    SP8-GH

    Everything Nice Butter Dish

    about the designer

    Sophie Lou Jacobsen is a French-American designer currently based in New York City. She established her studio in 2019, with an initial focus on objects of everyday use, mostly using glass as a medium and exploring the interaction between object and user. Her work stems from the idea that objects have an innate power to enhance their user's mood through form and function. She focuses on simple objects and rituals, to see how she can alter these in ways that are surprising, delightful, and elevate the user experience. She believes that the objects which we surround ourselves with can and should be imbued with a certain poetry, creating a relationship between humans and objects built on mutual respect.

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    Maison Balzac

    Aperitivo Goblets

    about the designer

    Maison Balzac was created in Australia in 2012 by French-born Elise Pioch Balzac to express her endless imagination. What started as a collection of five perfumed candles has become a homeware world of its own, exploring the beauty of hand-blown coloured glassware, trompe l'oeil linen, colourful platters and unusual fragrances. We invent intriguing and playful objects to trigger emotions around the dining table, transforming the everyday act of eating or drinking into quirky, memorable moments.

    Maison Balzac

    Aperitivo Goblets

    about the designer

    Maison Balzac was created in Australia in 2012 by French-born Elise Pioch Balzac to express her endless imagination. What started as a collection of five perfumed candles has become a homeware world of its own, exploring the beauty of hand-blown coloured glassware, trompe l'oeil linen, colourful platters and unusual fragrances. We invent intriguing and playful objects to trigger emotions around the dining table, transforming the everyday act of eating or drinking into quirky, memorable moments.

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    Maison Balzac

    Cello Apron

    about the designer

    Maison Balzac was created in Australia in 2012 by French-born Elise Pioch Balzac to express her endless imagination. What started as a collection of five perfumed candles has become a homeware world of its own, exploring the beauty of hand-blown coloured glassware, trompe l'oeil linen, colourful platters and unusual fragrances. We invent intriguing and playful objects to trigger emotions around the dining table, transforming the everyday act of eating or drinking into quirky, memorable moments.

    Maison Balzac

    Cello Apron

    about the designer

    Maison Balzac was created in Australia in 2012 by French-born Elise Pioch Balzac to express her endless imagination. What started as a collection of five perfumed candles has become a homeware world of its own, exploring the beauty of hand-blown coloured glassware, trompe l'oeil linen, colourful platters and unusual fragrances. We invent intriguing and playful objects to trigger emotions around the dining table, transforming the everyday act of eating or drinking into quirky, memorable moments.

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    Maison Balzac

    Pomponette Flutes

    about the designer

    Maison Balzac was created in Australia in 2012 by French-born Elise Pioch Balzac to express her endless imagination. What started as a collection of five perfumed candles has become a homeware world of its own, exploring the beauty of hand-blown coloured glassware, trompe l'oeil linen, colourful platters and unusual fragrances. We invent intriguing and playful objects to trigger emotions around the dining table, transforming the everyday act of eating or drinking into quirky, memorable moments.

    Maison Balzac

    Pomponette Flutes

    about the designer

    Maison Balzac was created in Australia in 2012 by French-born Elise Pioch Balzac to express her endless imagination. What started as a collection of five perfumed candles has become a homeware world of its own, exploring the beauty of hand-blown coloured glassware, trompe l'oeil linen, colourful platters and unusual fragrances. We invent intriguing and playful objects to trigger emotions around the dining table, transforming the everyday act of eating or drinking into quirky, memorable moments.

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    Maison Balzac

    Le Spritz Glass

    about the designer

    Maison Balzac was created in Australia in 2012 by French-born Elise Pioch Balzac to express her endless imagination. What started as a collection of five perfumed candles has become a homeware world of its own, exploring the beauty of hand-blown coloured glassware, trompe l'oeil linen, colourful platters and unusual fragrances. We invent intriguing and playful objects to trigger emotions around the dining table, transforming the everyday act of eating or drinking into quirky, memorable moments.

    Maison Balzac

    Le Spritz Glass

    about the designer

    Maison Balzac was created in Australia in 2012 by French-born Elise Pioch Balzac to express her endless imagination. What started as a collection of five perfumed candles has become a homeware world of its own, exploring the beauty of hand-blown coloured glassware, trompe l'oeil linen, colourful platters and unusual fragrances. We invent intriguing and playful objects to trigger emotions around the dining table, transforming the everyday act of eating or drinking into quirky, memorable moments.

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    Maison Balzac

    Pomponette Carafe

    about the designer

    Maison Balzac was created in Australia in 2012 by French-born Elise Pioch Balzac to express her endless imagination. What started as a collection of five perfumed candles has become a homeware world of its own, exploring the beauty of hand-blown coloured glassware, trompe l'oeil linen, colourful platters and unusual fragrances. We invent intriguing and playful objects to trigger emotions around the dining table, transforming the everyday act of eating or drinking into quirky, memorable moments.

    Maison Balzac

    Pomponette Carafe

    about the designer

    Maison Balzac was created in Australia in 2012 by French-born Elise Pioch Balzac to express her endless imagination. What started as a collection of five perfumed candles has become a homeware world of its own, exploring the beauty of hand-blown coloured glassware, trompe l'oeil linen, colourful platters and unusual fragrances. We invent intriguing and playful objects to trigger emotions around the dining table, transforming the everyday act of eating or drinking into quirky, memorable moments.

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    Maison Balzac

    L'Escargot Baguette Basket

    about the designer

    Maison Balzac was created in Australia in 2012 by French-born Elise Pioch Balzac to express her endless imagination. What started as a collection of five perfumed candles has become a homeware world of its own, exploring the beauty of hand-blown coloured glassware, trompe l'oeil linen, colourful platters and unusual fragrances. We invent intriguing and playful objects to trigger emotions around the dining table, transforming the everyday act of eating or drinking into quirky, memorable moments.

    Maison Balzac

    L'Escargot Baguette Basket

    about the designer

    Maison Balzac was created in Australia in 2012 by French-born Elise Pioch Balzac to express her endless imagination. What started as a collection of five perfumed candles has become a homeware world of its own, exploring the beauty of hand-blown coloured glassware, trompe l'oeil linen, colourful platters and unusual fragrances. We invent intriguing and playful objects to trigger emotions around the dining table, transforming the everyday act of eating or drinking into quirky, memorable moments.

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    Maison Balzac

    Wild Rose Napkins

    about the designer

    Maison Balzac was created in Australia in 2012 by French-born Elise Pioch Balzac to express her endless imagination. What started as a collection of five perfumed candles has become a homeware world of its own, exploring the beauty of hand-blown coloured glassware, trompe l'oeil linen, colourful platters and unusual fragrances. We invent intriguing and playful objects to trigger emotions around the dining table, transforming the everyday act of eating or drinking into quirky, memorable moments.

    Maison Balzac

    Wild Rose Napkins

    about the designer

    Maison Balzac was created in Australia in 2012 by French-born Elise Pioch Balzac to express her endless imagination. What started as a collection of five perfumed candles has become a homeware world of its own, exploring the beauty of hand-blown coloured glassware, trompe l'oeil linen, colourful platters and unusual fragrances. We invent intriguing and playful objects to trigger emotions around the dining table, transforming the everyday act of eating or drinking into quirky, memorable moments.

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