• Bemz Design
    @bemzdesign
    Upcycle | Recycle | Make it your own | www.bemz.com Give your IKEA furniture a new life with Bemz. We sell removable, washable, designer covers with a focus on 100% natural materials for a variety of IKEA sofas, couches, loveseats, chairs, footstools, beds, daybeds and cushions/throw pillows.
  • Patten Studio
    @pattenstudio
    At the confluence of design, technology, and architecture Patten Studio creates interactive experiences that make physical objects and spaces come alive. From large-scale installations for public and private institutions to experiential activations for global brands, our projects encourage play and exploration, evoke wonder, and ignite the imagination.
  • Moroso
    @moroso
    Since 1952 MOROSO has been designing its sofas, armchairs and accessories with well known designers such as Ron Arad, Carlo Colombo, Enrico Franzolini, Marc Newson, Toshiyuki Kita and Patricia Urquiola. MOROSO is dedicated to quality production standards and to designing to customer needs for their home and lifestyle.
  • Krishna Gurgaon
    @krishnafurniture
    sofa sets shop by krishnafurniture https://krishnafurniture.com/sofa
  • Skargaarden
    @skargaarden
    Danish company Skargaarden was founded in 2008 and produces furniture that is designed for leisure. The brand emphasizes that its line of chairs, sofas, tables, and accessories are meant for enjoyment and relaxation, rather than stressful or mundane activities. As a contemporary Scandinavian brand, Skargaarden has its roots in the minimalist Scandinavian furniture from the 1950s and ’60s, especially in its use of bentwood and teak. But the brand is also forward-looking, and designs furniture with its own DNA—it features intricate details and shows its expert craftsmanship without being overly complicated.
  • BenchMade Modern
    @benchmademodern
    Custom sofas made in as little as 24 hours
  • BenchMade Modern
    @edgarblazona
    Custom sofas made in as little as 24 hours
  • EcoBalanza
    @ecobalanza
    We are idealists, purists and romantics on a mission to create the ultimate luxury sofa, uncompromising in comfort, beauty, healthy living, environmental preservation and social responsibility. We handcraft every one of our pieces with incredible attention to detail in our Seattle studio, using only the finest natural materials.
  • Josee Lepage
    @josee_lepage
    Based in Montreal and New York, Josee Lepage is a design consultant, independent curator and founder of a namesake firm that specializes in collaborations, special projects and artistic direction in the realm of design. Emphasizing both established and experimental work, Lepage brings her experience as a designer, retailer and gallerist to conceive and manage projects that push boundaries at design's confluence with art, fashion and popular culture.
  • Jodie Bass
    @jodiebass
    Writer, designer, researcher, Jodie Bass holds a Master of Architecture degree from SCI‐Arc in Los Angeles, where she is currently based. Her work centers on the confluence of design and social engagement and is dedicated to the pursuit of conscientious construction through both critical and hands‐on methods. She has worked with prestigious firms, cultural institutions and creative folks on both coasts, including Ball+ Nogues, Ralph Appelbaum Associates, El Museo del Barrio, Jersey City Museum, Brooklyn Children’s Museum, and Lee Skolnick + Design Partnership. She is a contributing editor to Architizer, and led research for Ripped: Tshirts from the Underground, published in 2010 by Rizzoli. As a selected intern for the Foresight Initiative, she offered research and design solutions to the Department of the Environment for the City of Chicago, Smart Museum, and Enterprising Kitchen‐an organization offering training and development opportunities to unemployed and low‐income women. She holds a Master of Arts from NYU, in the departments of Museum Studies and Latin American and Caribbean Studies, and was awarded the Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship. She learned a Bachelor of Arts in Religion and Art History from Vassar College and continues to enjoy learning through design and travel.
  • American Leather
    @americanleather
    American Leather is your source for custom luxury furniture. We believe a sofa is more than a sofa, and a chair is more than a chair. We design pieces that are central to your gathering spaces where life and memories happen. From our Dallas, Texas state-of-the-art facility to your home in around 30 days. Visit a featured retailer near you. U.S. Retailers: americanleather.com/featuredretailers Canada Retailers: americanleather.com/cafeaturedretailers
  • Haworth Collection
    @haworthcollection
    Including artfully designed pieces from Cappellini, LC by Cassina, Castelli and Poltrona Frau Brands, the Haworth Collection spans the globe seeking the ideal confluence of form, function and creative spark. They celebrate work by renowned designers like Le Corbusier, Giulio Cappellini, Charles Pollack, Marcel Wanders and Jasper Morrison while seeking out the next generation of visionaries. The products in the Haworth Collection are crafted by hand and originate in studios steeped in rich tradition. The artisans' skills are handed down by generations of leather, metal and woodworkers, and each piece is carefully created to ensure the highest quality product.
  • lavinomalaysia
    @lavinomalaysia
    An e-commerce selling furniture which included mattress, sofa, coffee table and chair, dining table and chair, and etc.
  • emerymcclure architecture
    @emerymcclure
    emerymcclure architecture is a Lafayette-based architecture and design firm that participates in the unique built and social environment of this region. In the contemporary global era where complex systems predominate and "nature turns out to be more like human nature -- unpredictable, sensitive to the surrounding world, influenced by small fluctuations" we agree with John Urry that "this suggests enormous interdependencies, parallels, overlaps and convergences between analyses of physical and social worlds."1 Our research practice speculates on the role of design in the confluence of multiple, seemingly contrary systems and aspires to develop tectonics that configure their futures. Our sites are never grounded, our conditions are never predictable, and our parameters are always in flux; they exist at the edges and transformational zones where infrastructure, geology, cultural habitation, and ecology cohabit at best as a composition of disparate parts, an assemblage. Our research practice essentially searches to define the assemblage in order to reveal the elusive potentialities found within complex systems. emerymcclure architecture practices to contribute to the rich and unique global traditions where sociocultural and physical contexts are entrenched in the way architecture is established and constructed.