Collection by Diana Budds

Manufacturing in America


Manufacturing in the United States is thriving and in our July/August issue we highlighted the American designers and makers producing modern wares. Here, we've gathered a few stories for a closer look at what's happening across the 50 states.

Photo courtesy Kohler Company.
One of Shinola's 60 factory workers assembles a bicycle.
Tucson designers Cade Hayes and his partner Jesus Robles make their line of steel chairs by hand.
Architect Tom Kundig. Photos by Michael Burn.
View seven products hailing from the west coast, including a rocking chair, storage unit, steel table, and ceramic...
Blankets by Nordt Family Farm $110–$195 These merino wool blankets are handwoven by Dianne Nordt in Charles City...
Large jar by Ben Fiess $110 Recently relocated back to his home state of Minnesota, Fiess made these ice cream-hued...
Federal Hook by Isabella Furniture $225 Paul Isabella a Savannah College of Art and Design graduate, makes...