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July 5, 2013
Ceramics, play structures, and textiles, and more are generated by this group of fun-loving designers. Check out Part One, Part Two, and Part Three here.
Ka Me Ki Chi project by Endo

Japanese designer Mikiko Endo lets her wild imagination go to work creating quirky play spaces, as well as houses and maternity clinics in Zambia.

Originally appeared in Young at Any Age
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Anton at her studio, with her wares.<br /><br />Photo courtesy of Lesley Anton.

Working out of Los Angeles, ceramist Lesley Anton crafts bowls, mugs, and kitchen ware that will stand the test of time. 

Originally appeared in Lesley Anton's Ceramic Muses
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Portrait Laura Jo Wegman Coyuchi

Laura Jo Wegman, creative director of Coyuchi, shares her secrets behind transforming the brand with new matrerials, textures, and color palettes. 

Originally appeared in Talking Products: 5 Interviews with Design Luminaries
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Ka Me Ki Chi project by Endo

Japanese designer Mikiko Endo lets her wild imagination go to work creating quirky play spaces, as well as houses and maternity clinics in Zambia.

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