The Feiz Brothers: Pursuing Clarity in Design

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January 15, 2014
Two Iran-born brothers—each running multidisciplinary studios, 5,000 miles apart—discuss the similarities and differences in designing like a Feiz. Read Full Article
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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.  Photo by: Elizabeth Weinberg
    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.

    Photo by: Elizabeth Weinberg

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  Reza Feiz’s studio, Phase Design, has released the boxy, white ash–framed Archie armchair.  Photo by: Elizabeth Weinberg
    Reza Feiz’s studio, Phase Design, has released the boxy, white ash–framed Archie armchair.

    Photo by: Elizabeth Weinberg

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  The Pangaea tables in powder-coated steel by Phase Design.  Photo by: Elizabeth Weinberg
    The Pangaea tables in powder-coated steel by Phase Design.

    Photo by: Elizabeth Weinberg

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  His brother, Khodi, switches between furniture and industrial design, creating pieces like Peel, a convertible lounge system for Council.  Photo by: Elizabeth Weinberg
    His brother, Khodi, switches between furniture and industrial design, creating pieces like Peel, a convertible lounge system for Council.

    Photo by: Elizabeth Weinberg

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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.  Photo by: Elizabeth Weinberg
    The Cocoon wireless sound system for Denon, whose form-meets-function shape is partially inspired by the work of Constantin Brancusi.

    Photo by: Elizabeth Weinberg

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  Two of his white powder-coated Wired lights are shown in situ in his Los Angeles home.  Photo by: Elizabeth Weinberg
    Two of his white powder-coated Wired lights are shown in situ in his Los Angeles home.

    Photo by: Elizabeth Weinberg

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