• Kettal
    @kettal
    Founded in 1964, Kettal started by distributing aluminum camping and beach furniture and then went on to manufacturing aluminum and wooden furniture.
  • Quantum Windows & Doors
    @quantumwindows
    Quantum handcrafts the finest custom wood and aluminum wood clad windows and doors for the discerning architectural community.
  • Planterworx
    @planterworx
    Planterworx is the world's premier metal planter manufacturer. We fabricate our products from a variety of metals such as Corten Steel, Stainless Steel, and Powder Coated Aluminum.
  • Zola Windows
    @zolawindows
    Zola Windows offers a wide range of high-performance, Passive House windows & doors at an exceptional value. Zola's extensive product lineup ensures that it has an outstanding solution for every project. Zola designs and manufactures aluminum clad wood windows, steel windows, historic wood windows, aluminum windows, and uPVC windows. Zola can help with almost any project, whether you are building your dream home or developing a large apartment complex. http://www.zolawindows.com
  • Gloster
    @gloster
    Gloster is focused on being environmentally and ethically conscious. Originally started in West Africa in 1960, the firm created the Gloster brand in 1981 to build teak garden benches. They use only premium plantation grown teak from Java to make their wooden furniture, and also make peices in other outdoor friendly materials like stainless steel, aluminum, and fabric.
  • David Irwin
    @david_irwin
    David Irwin is a Northern Irish designer who established his own industrial design studio in 2011, covering furniture, products, and lighting. The majority of his work is focused in material exploration with designs incorporating aluminum, wood, textiles, and steel. Concept and fundamental usefulness are at the root of the pieces, explaining the choice of the chair as a prominent object.
  • NW Art + Framing
    @nwart
    NW Art + Framing sources art from a broad mix of art publishers and archival photography sites. We have a portfolio of fine artists whose work we print as fine-art giclee prints on paper, canvas and aluminum. The finishing touch...exquisite custom framing from price-sensitive to money-is-no-object.
  • House of Marley
    @house_of_marley
    House of Marley uses natural, earth-friendly, and renewable materials in their products and packaging, such as sustainably sourced, FSC-certified woods, organic cotton and recyclable aluminum.
  • Emeco
    @emeco
    In 1944, Wilton Carlyle Dinges founded the Electrical Machine and Equipment Company (Emeco) in Hanover, Pennsylvania utilizing the skills of local craftsman. During WWII the U.S. government contracted with Emeco to make chairs that could withstand water, salt air, and sailors while still being lightweight and strong enough to last for a lifetime. Aluminum was the obvious choice, and Emeco named the chair with a number: 1006, though most know it today as the Navy chair. Emeco believes in being sustainable by making products that last, and each Emeco chair is built to last 150 years.
  • Monumental Windows & Doors
    @monumentalwd
    Monumental Windows & Doors is a manufacturer and supplier of premium quality aluminum window and door products headquartered in Southern California. All of our products are custom built to order in four standard finishes at no extra cost or extended lead-time.
  • Kaymet
    @kaymet
    London–based Kaymet has been hand making anodized aluminum products since 1947. The family-run company is known for its classic aluminum trays, trolleys, and electric hotplates. Kaymet is focused on maintaining its original design mission, while evolving products to make them feel fresh and adaptable to modern living. Kaymet makes products for both commercial and residential settings.
  • Plunk Desk
    @plunkdesk
    Plunk Desk is a portable, adjustable, standing desk handcrafted from wood and aluminum. It fits into a custom bag and no tools are needed for assembly. The desktop is formed from curved plywood and covered in a real wood veneer. The cast aluminum base features a chamfered edge and is hand-polished before getting one of two high-end modern finishes in burnished nickel or brass. All parts of Plunk Desk are made in Los Angeles, California.
  • Jaime Hayón
    @jaimehayn
    Spanish designer Jaime Hayón (born 1974) is a master of materials. Born in Madrid, he grew up with skateboard culture and graffiti art and studied industrial design before joining, in 1997, the Benetton-funded design and communication academy Fabrica, which he later led as design director. Since then, he has created copper and ceramic vases for Gaia and Gino; crystal-laden pendants for Swarovski; an upholstery, aluminum, metal, and wood chair for Established and Sons; and even shoes and interiors for Camper. In 2009, he took on London’s Trafalgar Square to create a giant chessboard with enormous ceramic pieces for the annual design festival. The sky is clearly his limits.
  • Stoneline Designs Inc.
    @stonelinedesignsinc
    Stoneline Designs Inc. contrasts high-quality materials including stone, glass, steel, wood, and aluminum in a unique furniture collection characterized by simple, geometric lines. Materials are often blasted, chiseled, or scratched for a textural approach to surface treatment that emphasizes the hand-crafted detailing of each built-to-order piece.
  • Bialetti
    @bialetti
    Bialetti was founded in Italy in 1919 by Alfonso Bialetti. In 1933, they introduced the Moka Express, their iconic stove top espresso maker, and their Rondine aluminum saucepans were added in 1947. Today, the firm designs and manufactures kitchenware including Espresso makers, pans and cookware, and cups.
  • Five Twenty Two Industries
    @522industries
    We are a full service custom architectural steel fabrication company. Offering the best value in thoughtfully designed, well crafted custom pieces for your home and business. We work in hot rolled steel, brass/bronze, stainless and aluminum. Please visit our website or blog https://522industries.blogspot.com for more information .
  • Jean Prouve
    @jeanprouve
    As one of modernism's early great practitioners, and one of the finest designers France has produced, Jean Prouve (1901-1984) bridged the gap between industrial production and aesthetic grace. Though he worked as an architect and designer, one can't open a glossy design magazine without seeing his iconic cafeteria chairs. Unlike the production of the Bauhaus, which favored tubular steel, Prouve worked largely with sheet metal, bending and working it to suit his needs. And his early training as a metal smith informed not just his own prodcution as a furniture designer and architect, but caused him to establish a number of workshops over the course of his career. His buildings include the Maison du Peuple in Clichy, France, his own home in Nancy, and a series of gas stations, one of which now sits amidst the starchitect outpouring at the Vitra campus in southern Germany. Perpetually reworking his designs, experimenting with new materials, and generally pushing forward the use of metals like aluminum in the design process, Prouve is done a certain injustice if remembered only as a designer. Though his work rightly stands at the apex of 20th century modernism, his work as a lover of industry, of making and producing, deserves equal exploration.
  • Mepra
    @mepra
    The three Prandelli brothers, Bortolo, Francesco and Giovanbattista, built their first factory in 1901, directly beside the river in Lumezzane, Italy. This allowed them to run machinery by use of a water mill. They worked metals as subcontractors and as primary manufacturers during the 30’s and World War II. After the war, it was necessary to reconvert their production and the three sons of Giovanbattista founded Mepra in 1947. Mepra stands for “Metallurgica Prandelli” and its founders were the three brothers Pietro, Felice and Giacomo. They built a new and modernized plant in the upper side of the valley to produce aluminum and brass flatware. These raw materials were available in great quantities after the war. Each of the three brothers was responsible for a different function: Giacomo for the production, Felice for the Sales, and Pietro, who was previously a school teacher, for accounting. In 1950 the Prandelli brothers decided to convert the production to 18/10 stainless steel. This move was highly successful. In the following twenty years, the company grew continuously and extended the range to include holloware and kitchenware.
  • Advanced Architectural Metals, LLC
    @aam
    Advanced Architectural Metals, LLC is a manufacturer and installer of maintenance-free Architectural Trim and Metal Exteriors. AAM produces metal architectural trim in heavy gauges using painted or anodized aluminum, steel, copper and zinc. These products include cornice and concealed gutter systems, rake, parapet cladding, wall panels and many other categories of architectural trim and facade work. Our products can be manufactured in up to 20' long pieces.