• Real Cedar
    Real Cedar is the ultimate natural building material. It’s the brand that represents the highest-quality Western Red Cedar products in the world. Naturally resilient and durable, and 100% renewable, Real Cedar is available in a wide range of sizes, profiles and grades to create stunning projects indoors and out.
  • Lindal Cedar Homes
    Founded in 1945, Lindal offers a predictable, flexible, and high-quality building system for crafting your dream home. Choose a standard floor plan, modify one of their popular classics, or design a completely custom home to your specification. They will engineer and ship the materials package to your building site.
  • Cedar House Chalets
    The Cedar House Chalets operate year round.
  • Brendan Ravenhill
    During childhood years in Cote d’Ivoire and summers in coastal Maine, Brendan Ravenhill fell in love with the functional beauty of working tools and wooden boats. His father curated a show called the Art of the Personal Object at the Smithsonian when he was a kid. Brendan received a Sculpture degree from Oberlin College in 2001 and a Masters in Industrial Design from RISD in 2009. He loves taking tours of factories and the smell of cedar shavings.
  • Ethan Anderson
    Website design, website development, and online marketing for growing businesses and non-profits in Iowa City and Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Big Imprint: 111 W 3rd St, West Liberty, IA 52776 Phone: 319-627-2444 https://www.bigimprint.com/
  • Pest Control Austin
    We provide guaranteed, year long Pest control Austin - Fire Ant Control services using environmentally friendly products.Our Services area includes Austin,cedar park, Georgetown, Leander, Plfugerville and Round Rock http://www.fireantremedy.com
  • Tadao Ando Architect
    From his studio in Osaka, Japan, Pritzker Prize–winning architect Tadao Ando produces minimalist, poetic riffs on the built environment, including quiet, meditative spaces for churches, museums, housing, and retail shops. Formerly a boxer, Ando now designs walls from smooth-as-silk concrete, but he also has a love of wood: Ando’s newest work in the U.S., the Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, Massachusetts, is clad in cedar, and part of his plan as a board member of Tokyo’s bid for the 2016 Olympics is simply to plant more trees.
  • LatticeStix
    LatticeStix recreates the timeless beauty of patterned lattice for the modern landscape. Our lattice comes in 100+ patterns organized in six architectural collections, that stylistically range from classic Asian to funky modern. We use only the beauty of wood joinery; no nails, screws, or other metal fasteners. LatticeStix builds standard sized panels for site-built features, and pre-built products including gates and doors, wall trellis, horizontal panels for arbors and ceiling treatments, garden décor, and framed screens. LatticeStix has a strong commitment to the environment; we use sustainably grown western red cedar and mahogany, water-based glues and finishes, and do all of our manufacturing in North America close to our customers.