• Organize.com
    @organizecom
    Organize.com was founded in 1998 by President, Terry Shearer as a retail store named Organize Everything. His strategy and business plan was to open a convenient retail store to shop for storage and organization solutions. There were no other stores of its kind within 50 miles when the small business owner opened the doors of a 9,000 square foot retail store in Riverside, CA. It was one of the first independently owned stores in Southern California dedicated to selling Storage and Organization products to help customers organize and simplify their lives.
  • City Desk Studio Architects
    @city_desk_studio_architects
    The name of the firm expresses an interest we have in exploring the boundaries that architecture operates within - the larger boundless environment suggested by the CITY, and the intense focused craftsmanship of the object, the DESK. The focus of the STUDIO, architecture, exists in between these scales. We choose to be diverse in project types and scales. We believe the ideas, issues, and even construction techniques in these different project types inform each other resulting in work that is better designed and better built.
  • 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.
  • Stephen Zacks
    @stephenzacks
    Stephen Zacks is an advocacy journalist, architecture critic, urbanist, and organizer based in New York City.
  • Madonna Jones
    @madonna
    Creative Storage and Clever Organizing
  • Jeff Adams
    @jeffsatoms
    Architect. Community organizer. Dreamer. Family guy.
  • Yoga Dwelling
    @yogadwelling
    Products That Satisfy Your Senses and Please Your Soul. Featuring reclaimed materials. Desks, tables, lamps and more. http://etsy.me/2IKM5ti
  • Gretchen Chertov
    @candycop
    gardening, cooking, knitting, cleaning, organizing, cocktails, remodeling my old house
  • Kara McGuirk-Allison
    @thedeckhouse
    Mom, public radio and podcast producer, community organizer, modern design enthusiast.
  • Novo Weimar
    @novoweimar
    creative education organizer of ace art academy; art school in Akasaka, Tokyo, Japan.
  • Kristina Sullivan
    @kristinasullivan0
    Support operations by supervising staff; planning, organizing, and implementing administrative system
  • Ari Burling
    @ariburling
    New York City based Architectural Photographer. ariburling.com Philip Johnson wrote that architecture exists only in time. It is not the design of space nor the massing or organizing of volumes. The main point is what he called “procession” — the experience of moving through a building. Photographing this idea is the central concept in Ari Burling’s work. As an Architectural Photographer, he creates compositions populated with people and artifacts, both in rest and in motion, to inspire a deeper understanding of the built environment.