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American Made Design: Dust

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A trio of design studios forms a distinctly American picture of modern design: Despite their regional differences, all three produce forward-thinking products and furniture made using time-tested craft and fabrication methods. Here, we take a look at Dust from the Southwest.
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  Tucson designers Cade Hayes and his partner Jesus Robles make their line of steel chairs by hand.  Photo by: Nathaniel Wood

    Tucson designers Cade Hayes and his partner Jesus Robles make their line of steel chairs by hand.

    Photo by: Nathaniel Wood

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  Dust designed this door handle with a mechanism similar to that of unlocking a vault—it opens with ease even though the door is heavy.  Photo by: Nathaniel Wood

    Dust designed this door handle with a mechanism similar to that of unlocking a vault—it opens with ease even though the door is heavy.

    Photo by: Nathaniel Wood

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  Local fabricator Kent Willert forged the steel for the door handle.  Photo by: Nathaniel Wood

    Local fabricator Kent Willert forged the steel for the door handle.

    Photo by: Nathaniel Wood

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  The Larrea lounge combines a latigo leather sling seat with a powder-coated steel frame.  Photo by: Nathaniel Wood

    The Larrea lounge combines a latigo leather sling seat with a powder-coated steel frame.

    Photo by: Nathaniel Wood

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