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    Chen and Kai

    SQ3532778

    Leg Bowl with Shoes, 2019.

    about the designer

    Chen Chen & Kai Williams is a New York-based design studio working in furniture, products, interiors and mixed materials. The company was first established as an experimental design space in 2011 by Pratt graduates Chen Chen and Kai Williams - their work backgrounds undoubtedly contributing to their playful, yet functional products (Chen through his time at the former New York concept store Moss and Williams with his experience at Tom Sachs’ studio).

    Chen and Kai

    SQ3532778

    Leg Bowl with Shoes, 2019.

    about the designer

    Chen Chen & Kai Williams is a New York-based design studio working in furniture, products, interiors and mixed materials. The company was first established as an experimental design space in 2011 by Pratt graduates Chen Chen and Kai Williams - their work backgrounds undoubtedly contributing to their playful, yet functional products (Chen through his time at the former New York concept store Moss and Williams with his experience at Tom Sachs’ studio).

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    Ichendorf Milano

    Fish Animal Farm Tumbler

    about the designer

    Alessandra Baldereschi is Milanese and studied industrial design at the Domus Academy. She cooperates with various brands implementing lighting, décor and furnishings designs. Among her illustrious exhibitions: Triennale di Milano, Saint Etienne Biennal, Inside Design Amsterdam, Seoul Design Festival and Moss Gallery, New York.

    Ichendorf Milano

    Fish Animal Farm Tumbler

    about the designer

    Alessandra Baldereschi is Milanese and studied industrial design at the Domus Academy. She cooperates with various brands implementing lighting, décor and furnishings designs. Among her illustrious exhibitions: Triennale di Milano, Saint Etienne Biennal, Inside Design Amsterdam, Seoul Design Festival and Moss Gallery, New York.

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    Animal Farm Fish Jug - Son of Rand
    Ichendorf Milano

    Animal Farm Fish Jug

    about the designer

    Alessandra Baldereschi is Milanese and studied industrial design at the Domus Academy. She cooperates with various brands implementing lighting, décor and furnishings designs. Among her illustrious exhibitions: Triennale di Milano, Saint Etienne Biennal, Inside Design Amsterdam, Seoul Design Festival and Moss Gallery, New York.

    Animal Farm Fish Jug - Son of Rand
    Ichendorf Milano

    Animal Farm Fish Jug

    about the designer

    Alessandra Baldereschi is Milanese and studied industrial design at the Domus Academy. She cooperates with various brands implementing lighting, décor and furnishings designs. Among her illustrious exhibitions: Triennale di Milano, Saint Etienne Biennal, Inside Design Amsterdam, Seoul Design Festival and Moss Gallery, New York.

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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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    Chen and Kai

    SQ6825953

    Arm Vase with Bag, 2020.

    about the designer

    Chen Chen & Kai Williams is a New York-based design studio working in furniture, products, interiors and mixed materials. The company was first established as an experimental design space in 2011 by Pratt graduates Chen Chen and Kai Williams - their work backgrounds undoubtedly contributing to their playful, yet functional products (Chen through his time at the former New York concept store Moss and Williams with his experience at Tom Sachs’ studio).

    Chen and Kai

    SQ6825953

    Arm Vase with Bag, 2020.

    about the designer

    Chen Chen & Kai Williams is a New York-based design studio working in furniture, products, interiors and mixed materials. The company was first established as an experimental design space in 2011 by Pratt graduates Chen Chen and Kai Williams - their work backgrounds undoubtedly contributing to their playful, yet functional products (Chen through his time at the former New York concept store Moss and Williams with his experience at Tom Sachs’ studio).

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    Sophie Lou Jacobsen

    SP9-BL

    Piano Cocktail Glasses in Birdland

    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-BL

    Piano Cocktail Glasses in Birdland

    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

    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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    Simon Legald

    Bit Stool

    about the designer

    Simon Legald graduated from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in the summer of 2012. His work consists of both small- and large scale products. Simon's designs are often created in a dialogue between craftsmanship and industry. He also likes to incorporate the techniques that are necessary for the structure of a product into the design by highlighting them visually.

    Simon Legald

    Bit Stool

    about the designer

    Simon Legald graduated from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in the summer of 2012. His work consists of both small- and large scale products. Simon's designs are often created in a dialogue between craftsmanship and industry. He also likes to incorporate the techniques that are necessary for the structure of a product into the design by highlighting them visually.

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    Nathalie

    Ulivo Vase

    about the designer

    Nathalie Du Pasquier worked as a designer as part of the Memphis Group until 1987, producing patterns, textiles, decorated surfaces, and furniture. Since then, her main focus and passion has been painting. Over the past thirty-five years, Du Pasquier has been intrigued by the relationship between objects and the spaces in which they are installed. This ongoing investigation has manifested in paintings, sculptures, designs, patterns, constructions, carpets, books, and ceramics—constantly acting between the representational and non-representational, the tangible and intangible, reality and imagination, and two- and three-dimensional forms.

    Nathalie

    Ulivo Vase

    about the designer

    Nathalie Du Pasquier worked as a designer as part of the Memphis Group until 1987, producing patterns, textiles, decorated surfaces, and furniture. Since then, her main focus and passion has been painting. Over the past thirty-five years, Du Pasquier has been intrigued by the relationship between objects and the spaces in which they are installed. This ongoing investigation has manifested in paintings, sculptures, designs, patterns, constructions, carpets, books, and ceramics—constantly acting between the representational and non-representational, the tangible and intangible, reality and imagination, and two- and three-dimensional forms.

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    Lex Pott

    SQ0415234

    Twist Candle

    Lex Pott

    SQ0415234

    Twist Candle

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    Sophie Lou Jacobsen

    TTM-PA

    Totem Glasses in Paris

    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

    TTM-PA

    Totem Glasses in Paris

    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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    Sticky Glass x Son of Rand

    Squiggle Cup in Ultramarine + Peridot

    about the designer

    Sticky is a New York based design company developed by Grace Whiteside that specializes in multi-functional, performative and collaborative glasswork. All of their glass is hand-blown and often made to order in Brooklyn, NY. Grace recently collaborated with Kelly Wearstler and now Son of Rand.

    Sticky Glass x Son of Rand

    Squiggle Cup in Ultramarine + Peridot

    about the designer

    Sticky is a New York based design company developed by Grace Whiteside that specializes in multi-functional, performative and collaborative glasswork. All of their glass is hand-blown and often made to order in Brooklyn, NY. Grace recently collaborated with Kelly Wearstler and now Son of Rand.

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    Sticky Glass x Son of Rand

    Scribble Set in Ultramarine

    about the designer

    Sticky is a New York based design company developed by Grace Whiteside that specializes in multi-functional, performative and collaborative glasswork. All of their glass is hand-blown and often made to order in Brooklyn, NY. Grace recently collaborated with Kelly Wearstler and now Son of Rand.

    Sticky Glass x Son of Rand

    Scribble Set in Ultramarine

    about the designer

    Sticky is a New York based design company developed by Grace Whiteside that specializes in multi-functional, performative and collaborative glasswork. All of their glass is hand-blown and often made to order in Brooklyn, NY. Grace recently collaborated with Kelly Wearstler and now Son of Rand.

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    Sophie Lou Jacobsen

    SP1-4-YL

    Ripple Cup in Yellow

    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

    SP1-4-YL

    Ripple Cup in Yellow

    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

    SP1-4-TL

    Ripple Cup in Teal

    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

    SP1-4-TL

    Ripple Cup in Teal

    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

    SP1-4-PP

    Ripple Cup in Lilac

    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

    SP1-4-PP

    Ripple Cup in Lilac

    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

    SP1-4-CL

    Ripple Cup in Clear

    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

    SP1-4-CL

    Ripple Cup in Clear

    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

    SP1-4-BLU

    Ripple Cup in Blue

    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

    SP1-4-BLU

    Ripple Cup in Blue

    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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    Carl Durkow

    Nex Candle

    about the designer

    Carl Durkow is a multidisciplinary designer based in Philadelphia. His work focuses on making distinctive objects to be lived with and cared for.

    Carl Durkow

    Nex Candle

    about the designer

    Carl Durkow is a multidisciplinary designer based in Philadelphia. His work focuses on making distinctive objects to be lived with and cared for.

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    Hannah Lee

    SQ9457671

    Lucky Strike Print

    about the designer

    Hannah Lee was born and raised in Louisiana. She received her BFA in painting from Baylor University under the instruction of Karl Umlauf, and her MFA in painting with a printmaking focus from The New York Academy of Art. She also spent time studying at both Columbia University and The Art Students League. She has curated in gallery and non traditional spaces, and has participated in numerous shows across the country. Hannah's recent paintings, prints, and textile works investigate the simultaneous existence of incompatible things. She currently works out of her studio in Austin,TX.

    Hannah Lee

    SQ9457671

    Lucky Strike Print

    about the designer

    Hannah Lee was born and raised in Louisiana. She received her BFA in painting from Baylor University under the instruction of Karl Umlauf, and her MFA in painting with a printmaking focus from The New York Academy of Art. She also spent time studying at both Columbia University and The Art Students League. She has curated in gallery and non traditional spaces, and has participated in numerous shows across the country. Hannah's recent paintings, prints, and textile works investigate the simultaneous existence of incompatible things. She currently works out of her studio in Austin,TX.

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    Le Feu De L'Eau

    Hydrosculpted Candle

    about the designer

    We are Wendy Polish - graphic designer & artist - and Jo Strettell - makeup artist & beauty lover - the founders of “le feu de l’eau” or fire of the water. We create artistically designed, handcrafted candles using a one-of-a-kind top secret process invented by Wendy’s artist father back in the 60’s. We’ve since perfected the candle-making process by pulling hot wax through water and have curated the designs, colors and scents to bring the ultimate form of beauty into peoples’ lives. We’ve always been obsessed with beautiful things that make you feel good. Whether it’s the makeup women wear that transform their self-confidence, the design of a space that lifts your mood, typography or packaging that you can’t resist, or the beautiful rituals we have that elevate our mindset and lifestyle.

    Le Feu De L'Eau

    Hydrosculpted Candle

    about the designer

    We are Wendy Polish - graphic designer & artist - and Jo Strettell - makeup artist & beauty lover - the founders of “le feu de l’eau” or fire of the water. We create artistically designed, handcrafted candles using a one-of-a-kind top secret process invented by Wendy’s artist father back in the 60’s. We’ve since perfected the candle-making process by pulling hot wax through water and have curated the designs, colors and scents to bring the ultimate form of beauty into peoples’ lives. We’ve always been obsessed with beautiful things that make you feel good. Whether it’s the makeup women wear that transform their self-confidence, the design of a space that lifts your mood, typography or packaging that you can’t resist, or the beautiful rituals we have that elevate our mindset and lifestyle.

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    Nathalie

    Faggio Vase

    about the designer

    Nathalie Du Pasquier worked as a designer as part of the Memphis Group until 1987, producing patterns, textiles, decorated surfaces, and furniture. Since then, her main focus and passion has been painting. Over the past thirty-five years, Du Pasquier has been intrigued by the relationship between objects and the spaces in which they are installed. This ongoing investigation has manifested in paintings, sculptures, designs, patterns, constructions, carpets, books, and ceramics—constantly acting between the representational and non-representational, the tangible and intangible, reality and imagination, and two- and three-dimensional forms.

    Nathalie

    Faggio Vase

    about the designer

    Nathalie Du Pasquier worked as a designer as part of the Memphis Group until 1987, producing patterns, textiles, decorated surfaces, and furniture. Since then, her main focus and passion has been painting. Over the past thirty-five years, Du Pasquier has been intrigued by the relationship between objects and the spaces in which they are installed. This ongoing investigation has manifested in paintings, sculptures, designs, patterns, constructions, carpets, books, and ceramics—constantly acting between the representational and non-representational, the tangible and intangible, reality and imagination, and two- and three-dimensional forms.

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    Sticky Glass x Son of Rand

    Dot Pitcher in Ultramarine + Fuschia

    about the designer

    Sticky is a New York based design company developed by Grace Whiteside that specializes in multi-functional, performative and collaborative glasswork. All of their glass is hand-blown and often made to order in Brooklyn, NY. Grace recently collaborated with Kelly Wearstler and now Son of Rand.

    Sticky Glass x Son of Rand

    Dot Pitcher in Ultramarine + Fuschia

    about the designer

    Sticky is a New York based design company developed by Grace Whiteside that specializes in multi-functional, performative and collaborative glasswork. All of their glass is hand-blown and often made to order in Brooklyn, NY. Grace recently collaborated with Kelly Wearstler and now Son of Rand.

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    Dash Cup in Ultramarine + Lemon