The Feiz Brothers: Pursuing Clarity in Design

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January 15, 2014
Originally published in 8 Modern Renovations
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Brother Act
Two Iran-born brothers—each running multidisciplinary studios, 5,000 miles apart—discuss the similarities and differences in designing like a Feiz.
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  Designer Khodi Feiz (left) and his younger brother, Reza (right), congregate with their families every summer, usually in Europe. This year, Khodi prefaced a California road trip with his brood with a visit to Reza’s home and studio in Los Angeles.
    Designer Khodi Feiz (left) and his younger brother, Reza (right), congregate with their families every summer, usually in Europe. This year, Khodi prefaced a California road trip with his brood with a visit to Reza’s home and studio in Los Angeles.
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  Reza Feiz’s studio, Phase Design, has released the boxy, white ash–framed Archie armchair.
    Reza Feiz’s studio, Phase Design, has released the boxy, white ash–framed Archie armchair.
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  The Pangaea tables in powder-coated steel by Phase Design.
    The Pangaea tables in powder-coated steel by Phase Design.
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  His brother, Khodi, switches between furniture and industrial design, creating pieces like Peel, a convertible lounge system for Council.
    His brother, Khodi, switches between furniture and industrial design, creating pieces like Peel, a convertible lounge system for Council.
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  The Cocoon wireless sound system for Denon, whose form-meets-function shape is partially inspired by the work of Constantin Brancusi.
    The Cocoon wireless sound system for Denon, whose form-meets-function shape is partially inspired by the work of Constantin Brancusi.
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  Two of his white powder-coated Wired lights are shown in situ in his Los Angeles home.
    Two of his white powder-coated Wired lights are shown in situ in his Los Angeles home.
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