• EIS Product
    Products from the EIS Studio.
  • Evriholder Products
    Evriholder Products, Inc. is a family owned business founded in 1995 by Gary Seehoff, Abraham Sacks and Ivan Stein. The business was formed to manufacture and market a small line of tie and belt organizers developed and patented by Gary and Abe in their free time. Spurred on by the successful retail launch of its original products, the newly formed company began to design its own products and actively pursue relationships with inventors and product Fuzzy Feathersdevelopers all over the world. Over the years, Evriholder’s product line has grown dramatically. Our products can now be found in specialty stores, mass merchants, supermarkets, drug stores, hardware stores, clubs and online retailers throughout the United States, Canada and Overseas.
  • Treeplast Products
    Treeplast products are make from 100% natural wood composites. They create fully renewable and biodegradable products.
  • Donkey Products
    Donkey Products was founded on the pleasure and passion of developing products. Flobo Berger combined his business sense with his creative feel for beautiful, humorous products.
  • PaperStone Products
    PaperStone Certified is a beautiful and heavy-duty solid surface known for its performance, its warm touch, its contemporary appearance and its environmental sustainability. It is made from 100% post-consumer recycled paper and a proprietary, petroleum-free resin. It is the only solid surface material certified by the Forest Stewardship Council, Smartwoodand the Rainforest Alliance. Specifying PaperStone can earn up to five LEED points. PaperStone is durable and is recommended for residential kitchen and bath and commercial uses, indoor and out.
  • Sommers Plastic Products
    Founded in 1947, Sommers Plastics continues to create innovative plastic fabrics, synthetic leathers and furs for apparel, footwear, luggage and leather goods, home furnishing, wallcovering and upholstery.
  • National Wood Products of Maine
    Located in Oxford, Maine, National Wood Products is a full-service woodworking facility. We can supply both elaborate and simple furniture components. We have a Weinig, 6-head molder, as well as a double-end tenoner, automatic shaping machine, boring and sanding equipment. We are also able to spray finish, using our electrostatic line, and can supply a wide variety of wood species. Our assembly department also produces finished furniture, ranging from juvenile furniture to adult lawn chairs.
  • Morihata Binchotan Charcoal Products
    By burning oak branches until they are red hot and then rapidly cooling them, artisans in the Kishu region of Japan have been making Binchotan Charcoal for centuries. Regarded as the best quality charcoal for purifying water, Binchotan charcoal is also known to enhance blood circulation, capture moisture and odors from the air, and stimulate healthy soil in the garden. The variety of benefits of Bichotan Charcoal can be found in our line of Binchotan Charcoal products. Morihata is an importer and distributer that brings products from Japan to the US market.
  • Abigail Doan
    NYC and Europe-based textile artist and writer, Abigail Doan, is the creative director of Lost in Fiber | agency : www.lostinfiber.com. Advocate for slow craft + environmentally sound product design.
  • Harvest Shop San Francisco
    Harvest offers medical and recreational cannabis in San Francisco, CA. Experience ​Farm to Feeling. All-natural products. Independently lab-tested flowers. No separation between you and hundreds of curated products. http://www.harvestshop.com/
  • DAM
    DAM is about design, craft and furniture. It's about products that tell stories about culture and memories. Between tradition and modern times, the brand combines materials and traditional techniques with creative drawing. It appeals to emotions, simplicity and quality of life. Each piece results from synergies between designers, artisans and the industry. Our culture and the common everyday things are our inspiration to the development of pieces that will integrate professional interior projects.
  • Cleatech
    Cleatech LLC has extensive experience in designing and manufacturing most types of lab & cleanroom equipment, standard and custom-made laboratory and clean room equipment. https://www.cleatech.com/product-category/desiccators-dry-boxes/
  • tharp studios
    Tharp Studios is a full-service, collaborative firm specializing in custom residential, commercial tenant improvements and furniture design. https://www.tharpstudios.com WHO Principal Ryan Tharp earned his degree in Architecture from the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning and has held positions in New York City, San Francisco, Atlanta, San Diego and Amsterdam. His passion for modern design is heavily influenced through his travels and ongoing study of mid-century architecture in Southern California. Ryan is a Board Member for the American Institute of Architects California Desert Chapter and a past Board Member for Art Reach San Diego. He has served as a guest juror at College of the Desert, New School of Architecture and Design and regularly volunteers as a docent for home tours during Palm Springs Modernism Week. His work has received coverage in local and national publications including: The Desert Sun, Palm Springs Life Magazine, Bon Appetit, San Diego Magazine and Refinery29. WHAT We design buildings, renovate space, build furniture and formulate brands for small businesses. Our approach on a project is to discover its 'essence' by telling a story. The story often begins with concepts that manifest and transform into built form. The concepts unfold through careful study of client needs, client rituals, site analysis, context, scale, orientation, views, light, ventilation and material. An important part of this research includes referencing historic examples of similar project types overlaid with today's sustainable mindset. Everything is considered part of the whole and collectively combines to reveal the spirit of each project. HOW From concept through construction, we take the time to ensure the client has a full understanding of the process from start to finish. We collaborate with building departments, sustainability consultants, engineers, contractors, artists and craftsmen whose individual skills are essential to create the final product. We understand the challenges of design and construction and seize the opportunity to work together as a team to deliver clean, timeless solutions. Since this behind-the-scenes collaboration is rarely seen, we use social media as a platform to highlight the stages of the process. We see this collaborative effort as another important component in revealing the project's story. This story gives meaning and value to the project, to our clients, to the design profession and to the greater community.

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