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  1. Flux Furniture

    Flux Furniture

    Flux loves designer furniture as well as things that are simple, sustainable and flexible. With flux furniture the studio tries to combine all of these things and add origami. It’s pretty...

    01.02.09

  2. House of Marley

    House of Marley uses natural, earth-friendly, and renewable materials in their products and packaging, such as sustainably sourced, FSC-certified woods, organic cotton and recyclable aluminum.

    09.27.12

  3. Eskayel

    Eskayel is a Brooklyn, New York–based design studio focused on applying a uniquely artistic and environmentally responsible approach to interior surface design. By reproducing its hand...

    09.28.12

  4. StubbornStiles

    StubbornStiles

    StubbornStiles art sculptures

    10.01.12

  5. Kid Basix, LLC

    10.01.12

  6. Steelie USA

    Steelie USA

    Mobile device holder.

    10.01.12

  7. Vanessa Gade

    Vanessa Gade

    Bold, kinetic, and sculptural with an elegant interplay of angles and curves, Vanessa Gade's jewelry makes a contemporary statement balanced with timeless style.

    10.01.12

  8. Weese+Design

    Weese+Design

    Artist and interior designer, Marcia Weese, has designed her rug collections to compliment a diversity of interior styles. Weese has a deep appreciation for simple authentic forms inspired by...

    10.01.12

  9. Necklush

    Necklush is a handmade accessory developed by Stephano Diaz and Troy Mattison Hicks in Brooklyn, NY.

    10.01.12

  10. Dalvivo Furniture

    Dalvivo Furniture

    Contemporary style, traditional craftsmanship. The dalvivo desk is great for small spaces and changing places.

    10.01.12

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