Collection by Luke Hopping

Best of #ModernMonday: Manufacturing and Retailing in America

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Every Monday, @dwell and @designmilk invite experts and fans to weigh in on trending topics in design. WeWork, Room & Board, The Commons, and The MiA Project joined #ModernMonday this week to discuss American-made design. Check out a few of our favorite responses, and use the hashtag #ModernMonday to join the conversation next week at 1pm EST / 10am PST.

Oregon. Based in Portland, Pigeon Toe Ceramics founder Lisa Jones creates sleek porcelain tabletop items, kitchen…
Watch mechanisms are sourced from Switzerland and assembled in the Shinola factory in Detroit. Photo by: Greg Vore
The Butler by Micklish $170 Solid walnut and Baltic birch conceal hiding spots for keys, wallet, a cell phone charger,…
One of Shinola's 60 factory workers assembles a bicycle. Photo by: John Spinks
Louisiana. Based in New Orleans, Loomed NOLA produces hand-woven, organic Turkish textiles, from tea towels to blankets.
What are some ways we can encourage consumers to buy American-made? @the_MiA_project: Take more care and interest in…
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