• Parachute
    @parachute
    We make modern Bedding and Bath essentials for a more comfortable home. Our products are designed in Venice Beach and responsibly manufactured by the world’s best artisans.
  • Kristin Fay Grant Fowler
    @dusttodustfurniture
    www.dusttodustfurniture.com instagram @dusttodust Furniture Designer/Builder, Venice, CA Trained in Traditional Wooden Boatbuilding at the Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding in Port Townsend, WA Owner of Dust to Dust Furniture, Venice, CA
  • Linus Bike
    @linusbikes
    Linus, a bicycle manufacturer based in Venice, California, creates bikes inspired by French design of the 50s and 60s that preserves the simple elegance and pure form of that era, but has all the benefits of modern comfort and reliability. www.linusbike.com
  • Aaron Fallon
    @aaronfallon
    Aaron Fallon is a freelance photographer based in Venice Beach, California.
  • IDV
    @idv
    Ilan Dei Venice creates outdoor furniture designed for an urban context.
  • Mario Peixoto Photography
    @mariopeixotophoto
    I am a photographer and film professional based in Venice Beach and Palm Springs, CA. A passion for architecture and design through my photography has led me to assignments for interior designers, architects, realtors, stagers and builders. My work has been internationally published in such magazines as Travel & Leisure, Terre Sauvage, International Wildlife, among others. Organizations such as Outward Bound, L.L. Bean, Chrysler and Asahi TV have endorsed and requested Peixoto’s work. His photo essays are on space and form, architecture and interiors of the urban core of the United States. Available for assignments in the United States and globally.
  • Halton Pardee + Partners
    @haltonpardee
    Tami Halton Pardee's expertise in Southern California real estate and entrepreneurship is unrivaled. As owner and principal broker of Halton Pardee + Partners since 2005, Tami is currently ranked the #1 broker in Los Angeles and, to date, her company has sold over $2 billion worth of residential and commercial properties. She was recently nominated by the Los Angeles Business Journal for CEO of the year. Tami, who received her undergraduate degree from Boston University and her MBA from Loyola Marymount University, spent several years working for a large corporate entity before she created a business where she could give back to the community in which she was living and working. With the belief that a home purchase is one of the most important life decisions, Tami launched Halton Pardee + Partners to help clients fulfill their home buying dreams. With her unique business model of creating a work family through staff employees (rather than independent contractors), Halton Pardee + Partners has built a culture that has resulted in continued success and a consistent ranking of #1 for sales in its region. Furthering her deep commitment to the Venice community, Tami created the Life-Changer Program, which empowers the transformation of lives and communities by active participation and significant financial contributions to local charities including Teen Project, Harvest Home, Homeless Task Force, Venice Community Housing Corporation and more. Tami battles multiple sclerosis (MS) but she won't let that (or anything else) stop her. When not in the office, Tami is empowering others through speaking engagements, she is a member of the Santa Monica chapter of the YPO and she is busy raising her four children.
  • Daniele Bortotto
    @danielebortotto
    Nomadic Italian designer Daniele Bortotto gleans inspiration from the places he visits: “I’m always on a train,” he says. Bortotto has tapped into generations of craftsmanship found in Venice and Treviso, working with master glassblower Massimo Lunardon on his Passerelle vases; with perfumer Lorenzo Dante Ferro on a range of plucky silicone scent diffusers; and with 125-year-old textiles company Rubelli on I Sestieri, a Jacquard loom fabric that mimics the colors and textures of Venetian walls. Borotto’s craft-centric yet heady approach comes courtesy of IUAV in Venice and ECAL in Lausanne, Switzerland. Bortotto says that he mixes the practical and the theoretical, perhaps best expressed in his thesis project, a series of objects that explore scent and memory.
  • Hasami
    @hasami
    Founded by Takuhiro Shinomoto of Venice, California’s Tortoise, Hasami Porcelain blends traditional Japanese pottery with modern lines. Named for Hasami, Nagasaki—a prominent pottery region in Japan—Shinomoto’s tableware is made from a mixture of porcelain and clay, which provides a softer, more natural touch than conventional porcelain wares. Building off the 400-year-old Japanese pottery tradition, Hasami Porcelain’s products feature a blend of simple, straight lines and functional curves. Designed to be stackable and versatile, each piece is suitable for everyday use, while also a beautiful complement to contemporary décor.
  • Gae Aulenti
    @gaeaulenti
    Gae Aulenti was an Italian architect, lighting, interior, and industrial designer. She is known for several large-scale museum projects, including Musée d'Orsay in Paris, the Contemporary Art Gallery at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, Palazzo Grassi in Venice, and the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco. Aulenti's work spans a wide variety of styles and influences.
  • Sama Jim Canzian
    @sama_jim_canzian
    Sama is an architectural photographer practicing out of British Columbia, though offers his photographic service to local and abroad firms. Sama offers a unique aesthetic and experienced approach to architectural photography, having gradutaed from Architecture University in Venice, Italy, in 1998 and worked as a designer for nine years.
  • Massimiliano Fuksas
    @massimilianofuksas
    Architect Massimiliano Fuksas (1944-) graduated from La Sapienza University in 1969. From 1998 to 2000, he served as the director of the VII Biennial of Architecture in Venice. He writes an architectural column founded by Bruno Zevi in the weekly magazine "L'Espresso".He works and lives between Rome and Paris.
  • Ilan Dei Studio
    @ilan_dei_studio
    Ilan Dei Studio is a Venice, California-based sensory/environmental design and fabrication studio. Founded by Ilan Dei in 1996, the studio has served clients and companies across the world. The studio, made up of designers, fabricators, and master craftsmen, collaborates to create memorable experiences through iconic design.
  • coyconstructionla.co
    @coymeriweather
    Licensed general contractor. 40-years experience in all phases of construction. Specializing in sound-proofing, and sound reduction. Specializing in building recording studios. We have completed many high end projects. Excellent work product, and excellent references. Services Provided Baseboard Installation, Bathroom Remodeling, Countertop Installation, Crown Molding Installation, Custom Cabinets, Custom Home Bars, Custom Homes, Deck Building, Deck Repair, Demolition, Door Installation, Door Repair, Drywall Installation, Drywall Texturing, Electric Fireplace Installation, Electric Fireplace Repair, Energy-Efficient Homes, Exterior Door Installation, Fence Installation, Fireplace Installation, Flooring Installation, Foundation Construction, Foundation Repair, Garage Building, Green Building, Gutter Installation, Home Additions, Home Extensions, Home Remodeling, Insulation Installation, Kitchen Remodeling, Lighting Installation, New Home Construction, Outdoor Kitchen Construction, Porch Design & Construction, Shower Installation, Siding Repair, Skylight Installation, Sliding Door Installation, Soffit Installation, Soffit Repair, Spray Foam Insulation, Stair Installation Areas Served Alondra Park, Bel Air, Beverly Hills, Brentwood Los Angeles, Calabasas, Culver City, Del Aire, Encino, Gardena, Hawthorne, Hidden Hills, Hollywood, Inglewood, Lawndale, Los Angeles, Manhattan Beach, Marina Del Rey, North Hollywood, Pacific Palisades, Playa Del Rey, Santa Monica, Sherman Oaks, Studio City, Tarzana, Topanga, Universal City, Venice, View Park-Windsor Hills, West Hollywood, Woodland Hills Please visit my web site. https://www.coyconstructionla.com/
  • Livestyle Marketplace and Gallery
    @livestyle_marketplace_and_gallery
    Livestyle Designs is an independently owned and operated marketplace and gallery. We offer hand-selected furniture and accessories from around the world with direct imports, custom designs, retail, and wholesale prices to the public. We also offer direct container pricing FOB Indonesia. We look forward to creating and designing the ultimate sanctuary for you with love from Venice Beach, California.
  • Denis Santachiara
    @denissantachiara
    An anomalous designer and an outsider of the international outline of design, he began his career marrying in his work the art and design. This was exposed in the following exhibitions: Biennale of Venice 1980 , “Tutte le arti tendono alla Performance” Palazzo dei Diamanti Ferrara 1982 , “Documenta 8” Kassel , Triennale di Milano 1982/84/86/96/01/04 , Quadriennale di Roma 1998.
  • Carlo Mazzeri
    @carlo_mazzeri
    Born in Oleggio (Novara) in 1927, Carlo Mazzeri graduated in architecture from the Istituto Universitario di Architettura in Venice in 1956 and, after an early collaboration with Carlo Scarpa in Venice, with the architect Mario Righini’s studio he took part in the competition for the Colonia Olivetti in Brusson and the Carrara Chamber of Commerce, and took one of the top places. In 1957 he designed the cocktail shaker “870” with Luigi Massoni, which was one of the first Alessi objects designed by external collaborators and which is still in production and can be found in bars worldwide. In the ‘60s and ‘70s with Anselmo Vitale he designed a complete collection of objects for Alessi which were primarily for use in the hotel industry. He was involved in civil and industrial construction, responsible among other things for the Alessi plant in Omegna (1960-1971), the Girmi electrical household appliances factory (1962) and the Lagostina offices (1964), which were also in Omegna, the renovation of the driers and the new warehouse for 3M Italia in Ferrania (1970) and the Salumificio Romano Mainelli in Oleggio (1972). In the field of industrial design he has also collaborated with Girmi, Lagostina, Bialetti, Indesit, Fonderie Filiberti and Triplex. In 1973 he opened a studio of architecture in Novara, becoming involved in civil architecture, restoration and town planning.