• East Fork Pottery
    @eastforkpottery
    East Fork Pottery is nestled at the end of a valley on an old tobacco field, between steep green mountains, thirty minutes northwest of Asheville, North Carolina. Founded in 2010 by Alexander and Connie Matisse, the workshop is now home to potter John Vigeland and a growing team of apprentices and staff. We make a line of contemporary dinnerware distilled to its essential elements: form and function. It is durable and timeless, resistant to fashion and trends.
  • Spatial Corp
    @spatialcorp
    Spatial Corp. is the leading provider of 3D software development toolkits for technical application development across a broad range of industries.
  • Early Work
    @earlyworkstudio
    Early Work partners with retail, hospitality, and corporate clients to articulate their spatial identities through environments of singular beauty and simplicity. Our programs include space planning and custom furniture and fixtures designed and produced to ensure a comprehensive vision otherwise untenable through mere curation.
  • Corning
    @corning
    Corning is one of the world’s leading innovators in materials science. For more than 160 years, Corning has applied its unparalleled expertise in specialty glass, ceramics, and optical physics to develop products that have transformed people’s lives. Today, Corning’s products enable diverse industries such as consumer electronics, telecommunications, transportation, and life sciences. Learn more about how Corning collaborates closely with customers and applies its unique combination of material and process expertise to solve tough technology challenges.
  • Cory Buckner
    @cory_buckner
    Cory Buckner is a practicing architect in the Los Angeles area. She has a degree in Fine Arts from Chouinard Art Institute and an M.Arch from UCLA. She has also studied landscape architecture at UCLA. The firm, Cory Buckner, Architect, specializes in contemporary residential design and mid-century remodel and restoration projects. In 1994, she and her husband, architect Nick Roberts, purchased a home in Crestwood Hills designed in 1949 by architects A. Quincy Jones, Whitney R. Smith and structural engineer Edgardo Contini. After restoring the house, she spearheaded a preservation movement in the neighborhood, which had at one time 150 houses by Jones, Smith, and Contini as part of a housing cooperative called Mutual Housing Association. Through her efforts 15 of the remaining 30 houses have been designated Historic/Cultural Monuments with the City of Los Angeles. She was awarded the 2002 Los Angeles Preservation Award, "For the inspiring effort to protect and restore the original Mutual Housing Association homes in Crestwood Hills, preserving important examples of Southern California Modernism, and enhancing the sense of community in a unique neighborhood." She is the author of A. Quincy Jones, published by Phaidon Press and was a finalist for the 2003 Rome Prize.
  • FD Photo Studio - New York
    @fdphotony
    The LA Native FD Photo Studio is opening its doors in NYC! New-York photographers, be ready for affordable hourly photography studio rentals coming your way! It's finally YOUR turn to experience easy booking process, spacious unique-looking stages for rent and included equipment. New Long Island City Campus opening soon! - https://www.fdphotostudio.com/fd-photo-studio-opens-a-new-campus-in-new-york-city/
  • Cory Buckner, Architect
    @cory_buckner_architect
    Cory Buckner is a practicing architect in the Los Angeles area. She has a degree in Fine Arts from Chouinard Art Institute and an M.Arch from UCLA. She has also studied landscape architecture at UCLA. The firm, Cory Buckner, Architect, specializes in contemporary residential design and mid-century remodel and restoration projects. In 1994, she and her husband, architect Nick Roberts, purchased a home in Crestwood Hills designed in 1949 by architects A. Quincy Jones, Whitney R. Smith and structural engineer Edgardo Contini. After restoring the house, she spearheaded a preservation movement in the neighborhood, which had at one time 150 houses by Jones, Smith, and Contini as part of a housing cooperative called Mutual Housing Association. Through her efforts 15 of the remaining 30 houses have been designated Historic/Cultural Monuments with the City of Los Angeles. She was awarded the 2002 Los Angeles Preservation Award, "For the inspiring effort to protect and restore the original Mutual Housing Association homes in Crestwood Hills, preserving important examples of Southern California Modernism, and enhancing the sense of community in a unique neighborhood." She is the author of A. Quincy Jones, published by Phaidon Press and was a finalist for the 2003 Rome Prize.
  • Core77
    @core77
    An online industrial design magazine and resource known for its frequent blog posts from worldwide contributors, extensive listings, and 1 Hour Design Challenge.
  • CORE
    @core1634
    Design and construction