• Lumens
    @lumenscom
    Lumens.com is the best place to shop on the web for modern design for your home. They are proud to offer a vast selection of design-driven lighting, fans, furniture, and accessories from more than 300 brands, from contemporary international styles to modern interpretations of classic design to the work of emerging independent studios. Lumens.com calls their style “open-minded modern.” They know that a modern design aesthetic can apply to everything from stark-white minimalism to an eclectic space that blends old and new styles—plus anything everything in between. Modern design should have perspective. It should be comfortable and easy on the eyes, but most importantly it should be about you. Visit them online at lumens.com or their flagship showroom in Northern California.
  • Lumen Villa
    @lumenvilla
    The Smartest Home: Invisible Infrastructure Integration, Security, I.O.T.
  • Kettal
    @kettal
    Founded in 1964, Kettal started by distributing aluminum camping and beach furniture and then went on to manufacturing aluminum and wooden furniture.
  • Modern Forms: A WAC Lighting Company
    @modernformsawaclightingcompany
    Engineered to the finest detail for unsurpassed performance and design sophistication, Modern Forms is a future forward manufacturer and innovative brand of unique LED luminaires. A broad presentation of interior and exterior luminaires utilizes proprietary LED technology to achieve superior illumination, lumen output, and color rendering for a diverse array of architectural environments. Stunning powdercoat finishes, marine-grade stainless-steel and a variety of sizes permit maximum versatility in style and application. Classic silhouettes of glass artistry and metalwork, featuring scaled-up hardware and tightly engineered fit and finishes, coordinate with upscale furnishings and fixtures. High-performance luminaires are designed with concealed hardware and minimalist styling for a clean architectural look.
  • Quantum Windows & Doors
    @quantumwindows
    Quantum handcrafts the finest custom wood and aluminum wood clad windows and doors for the discerning architectural community.
  • Plumen
    @plumen
    Plumen, a brand of Hulger, makes designer energy-saving light bulbs. The core product of the brand, the Plumen 001, is named for “plume,” the decorative feathers of a bird, and “lumen,” the unit of light. Its goal was to make low-energy light bulbs more attracive so people would enjoy a better quality of light with a design they could appreciate every day. Plumen also designs pendants and shades made to fit its bulb series.
  • Planterworx
    @planterworx
    Planterworx is the world's premier metal planter manufacturer. We fabricate our products from a variety of metals such as Corten Steel, Stainless Steel, and Powder Coated Aluminum.
  • Bialetti
    @bialetti
    Bialetti was founded in Italy in 1919 by Alfonso Bialetti. In 1933, they introduced the Moka Express, their iconic stove top espresso maker, and their Rondine aluminum saucepans were added in 1947. Today, the firm designs and manufactures kitchenware including Espresso makers, pans and cookware, and cups.
  • Zola Windows
    @zolawindows
    America's European Window Company™, Zola Windows offers a wide range of high-performance, Passive House windows & doors at an exceptional value. Zola's extensive product lineup ensures that it has an outstanding solution for every project. Zola designs and manufactures aluminum clad wood windows, steel windows, historic wood windows, aluminum windows, and uPVC windows. Zola can help with almost any project, whether you are building your dream home or developing a large apartment complex. http://www.zolawindows.com
  • David Irwin
    @david_irwin
    David Irwin is a Northern Irish designer who established his own industrial design studio in 2011, covering furniture, products, and lighting. The majority of his work is focused in material exploration with designs incorporating aluminum, wood, textiles, and steel. Concept and fundamental usefulness are at the root of the pieces, explaining the choice of the chair as a prominent object.
  • Gloster
    @gloster
    Gloster is focused on being environmentally and ethically conscious. Originally started in West Africa in 1960, the firm created the Gloster brand in 1981 to build teak garden benches. They use only premium plantation grown teak from Java to make their wooden furniture, and also make peices in other outdoor friendly materials like stainless steel, aluminum, and fabric.
  • House of Marley
    @house_of_marley
    House of Marley uses natural, earth-friendly, and renewable materials in their products and packaging, such as sustainably sourced, FSC-certified woods, organic cotton and recyclable aluminum.
  • Emeco
    @emeco
    In 1944, Wilton Carlyle Dinges founded the Electrical Machine and Equipment Company (Emeco) in Hanover, Pennsylvania utilizing the skills of local craftsman. During WWII the U.S. government contracted with Emeco to make chairs that could withstand water, salt air, and sailors while still being lightweight and strong enough to last for a lifetime. Aluminum was the obvious choice, and Emeco named the chair with a number: 1006, though most know it today as the Navy chair. Emeco believes in being sustainable by making products that last, and each Emeco chair is built to last 150 years.
  • NW Art + Framing
    @nwart
    NW Art + Framing sources art from a broad mix of art publishers and archival photography sites. We have a portfolio of fine artists whose work we print as fine-art giclee prints on paper, canvas and aluminum. The finishing touch...exquisite custom framing from price-sensitive to money-is-no-object.
  • Monumental Windows & Doors
    @monumentalwd
    Monumental Windows & Doors is a manufacturer and supplier of premium quality aluminum window and door products headquartered in Southern California. All of our products are custom built to order in four standard finishes at no extra cost or extended lead-time.
  • Kaymet
    @kaymet
    London–based Kaymet has been hand making anodized aluminum products since 1947. The family-run company is known for its classic aluminum trays, trolleys, and electric hotplates. Kaymet is focused on maintaining its original design mission, while evolving products to make them feel fresh and adaptable to modern living. Kaymet makes products for both commercial and residential settings.