• Vintage Bricks
    @vintagebricks
    We supply certified reclaimed thin brick tiles, sliced from salvaged vintage common bricks. We are a woman-owned and operated eco-friendly company that strives to divert useable building materials from the landfill Our inventory of solid, reclaimed, and antique brick tiles include: St. Louis Red brick and Chattachoochee Brick Company brick. The bricks are beautifully varied in color and hue. Bricks are sourced from demolition contractors in Georgia.
  • People for Urban Progress
    @people_for_urban_progress
    People for Urban Progress was founded by Michael Bricker and Maryanne O'Malley—two citizens that wanted to create a better urban experience in Indianapolis.
  • Gardenology
    @gardenology
    Gardenology is a retail home decor and interior design boutique with two brick and mortar establishments in Southern California. Gardenology is a forerunner in the upscale outdoor market and has proven to be a forward-thinking leader in the home design arena.
  • Beyond Adobe, LLC & Arizona Adobe Company
    @arizonaadobe
    We make and sell adobe (mud) bricks. I'm also a general contractor and make small adobe homes.
  • ARTO
    @arto
    a los angeles maker of tile & brick with 80 plus pairs of hands since 1966
  • Harri Koskinen
    @harrikoskinen
    Finnish designer Harri Koskiken (1970– ) rose to prominence in the mid-nineties with his award-winning Block Lamp, an industrial lighting piece consisting of a lone light bulb encased within twin acrylic bricks. His Cosy lamp for Muuto and bent-plywood Fatty containers are but two standouts of the past decade.
  • Littman Bros Lighting
    @littmanbros
    Residential and Commercial lighting supplier with a brick and mortar location and an online presence. We sell high end designer lighting and home decor.
  • Parshwanath Corporation
    @parshwanathcorporation
    Parshwanath Corporation has been offering world-class residential and commercial properties since 1967. Our aim is to create best in the class properties that offer the perfect balance of opulence and elegance. We enhance the lifestyle of people by blending innovation with passion. The company has grown brick by brick and reached towering heights. More: http://www.parshwanath.co.in
  • Cheese Grotto
    @cheesegrotto
    With its clay brick and architectural details, the Cheese Grotto is the perfect environment for wedges and wheels of cheese to thrive, and prolongs their shelf life. The controlled climate eliminates the need for wrapping your cheese; store and cut whole pieces of cheese with no extra packaging. The Cheese Grotto is carefully constructed with all green materials: Plyboo®, glass, and clay. At 12 inches deep, 8.5 inches tall, and 7 inches wide, the Cheese Grotto is designed to easily fit inside your refrigerator. It can also fit comfortably on your counter top.
  • Dufner Heighes
    @dufner_heighes
    Dufner Heighes creates timeless residences and welcoming commercial interiors for a sophisticated cosmopolitan clientele. Their luxurious modern designs blend subtle proportions with a thoughtful color palette of neutrals sparked with precious elements like platinum brick and honed Portoro marble. Unexpected textures and geometries balance function, for personalized environments that convey a sense of time and place.
  • BreadStone
    @breadstone
    We offer hand crafted true wood fired brick ovens for residential, commercial businesses as well as rent mobile ovens for catering needs. We have accessories for our ovens, and bread baking products in our Dallas, TX warehouse- though we ship to any state in U.S. & Canada!
  • Lego
    @lego
    Lego is the venerable toy company founded in 1932 in the village of Billund, Denmark by Ole Kirk Kristiansen, a master carpenter and joiner. The motto of the company then and now is "only the best is good enough." The well-loved LEGO building bricks made their debut in the 1950's and have since become synonymous with the brand.
  • Julius Shulman
    @juliusshulman
    Julius Shulman was an American photographer famous for his images depicted and celebrating modernism in post-World War II Southern California. Like his contemporary, Ezra Stoller, Shulman shot nearly exclusively with black-and-white film but unlike Stoller, who photographed the great public works of architects like Frank Lloyd Wright, Eero Saarinen, and Louis Kahn, Shulman’s work focused on private residence, including those by Wright and Saarinen but also by architects such as Richard Neutra, Charles Eames, and Pierre Koenig, all of whom designed homes for Arts and Architecture’s Case Study House Program. Shulman himself lived in a modern home designed by Raphael Soriano—and once was almost crushed to death by a landslide that trapped him against his garage. Shulman’s life was captured in the award-winning documentary Visual Acoustics: The Modernism of Julius Shulman, by Eric Bricker, and he continued to work until his death in 2009.