• People Will Always Need Plates
    @people_will_always_need_plates
    People Will Always Need Plates is the creation of Hannah Dipper and Robin Farquhar. Launched in 2004, they aim to use high quality, low volume batch production to create witty, thoughtful and stylish products as a direct antithesis to the current proliferation of cheap, throwaway design. In keeping with their credo that good design should be used and enjoyed, treasured and shared, Hannah and Robin try to develop products that, while diverse in style and application, always retain the fundamental values of functionality and beauty. Given their varied backgrounds (Hannah is an ex-RCA ceramist and has extensive industrial ceramics experience as well as work for Conran & Partners, while Robin, having studied industrial design at Brunel has spent most of his working life in exhibition and interior design agencies) they can offer a complete product, graphic, exhibition and interior design service alongside their core range and commissioned wares.
  • Kaj Franck
    @kajfranck
    Kaj Franck was a Finnish designer of glass and tableware. Though he also worked as an educator, his 1953 Kilta line of tableware for Arabia became a massive international hit. Franck is known as an icon of Finnish design, in his removal of excess in his designs, focusing only on the essential elements. Franck has earned numerous awards and prizes, and his work is featured in various design museums. Franck's most famous objects include the Teema tableware collection and Kartio line of glassware, both produced by Iittala.
  • Austere
    @austere
    austere.co We work with the most progressive companies in design, fashion, beauty, hospitality, technology and entertainment and find unique ways to present their vision, products and ideas to the world. Throughout the year we present exhibitions, host events, hold symposiums, offer screenings, and design intimate rooftop dinners around topics that excite us, our partners, and friends. At Austere ideas actualize, innovations advance, collaborations succeed and conversations are started.
  • rumiandsircarter
    @rumiandsircarter
    There are three things in life that make me happy - close family, good friends, and a lobster dinner.
  • Rico Gagliano
    @ricogagliano
    Rico Gagliano is an arts and culture journalist, producer, and host. Best known for his work in public radio, he spent several years reporting for the business show “Marketplace,” filing stories from England, Ireland, he Netherlands, Sweden, South Korea, India and around the U.S. Currently he co-hosts and co-produces the culture show “The Dinner Party,” which he created with Brendan Francis Newnam. Along with Newnam, he was named one of Food & Wine magazine’s “Big Food Thinkers 40 and Under” and appeared as a guest judge on the Bravo TV shows “Top Chef Masters” and “Rocco’s Dinner Party.” He’s also a certified film geek—he holds a B.A. in Film Studies from Pitt, and an M.F.A. in Screenwriting from the American Film Institute.
  • The Morrisons
    @the_morrisons
    Theo + Theresa Morrison are a NY based photo duo, with a special love for the West Coast. The couple met on a photo shoot in Portland, Oregon, while Theo was living in New York, and Theresa was based in San Francisco. They soon began a photo-based correspondence, crafting images for each other as a form of courtship. The Morrisons was created with the belief that there is magic in collaboration. In addition to making pictures together, Theo + Theresa love adventures of all sorts, elaborate dinner parties, time in the woods, and their cat Dessie.
  • Tina Frey Designs
    @tinafrey
    Tina Frey Designs is a San Francisco firm founded in 2007 that creates modern homewares in resin, making products ranging from bowls, trays, and plates, to planters, benches, jewelry, and home accessories. Tina Frey finds inspiration for her hand sculpted pieces in the organic forms of nature as well as in her travels around the world.
  • Marcel Wanders
    @marcelwandars
    Dutch designer Marcel Wanders is a master of all mediums. Born in July 2, 1963, he studied at the Design Academy Eindhoven—which has also produced designers like Dror Behshetrit, Tord Boontje, Bertjan Pot, and Piet Hein Eek—and came onto the design scene in 1996 with his Knotted chair for Droog. Since then, he has plates and pillows for B&B Italia, tubs and sinks for Boffi, lamps for Flos, and stools and chairs for Magis. Today, he is the art director and co-owner of Moooi, founded in 2000, and has broadened his reach into interior and architectural design for stores and hotels around the world as well as private residents in Jakarta and Amsterdam, among others.
  • Melanie Abrantes
    @melanieabrantes
    Melanie Abrantes is a Bay Area designer who founded her studio in 2013 when she discovered a growing American market for handmade goods. Abrantes uses the traditional lathing technique to create bowls, plates, cups, and more items for the kitchen and home. As each item is made by hand, all of her designs are one-of-a-kind. Abrantes researches, tests, and adapts each of her products to ensure the highest quality products for her customers.
  • Susty Party
    @sustyparty
    Susty Party, based in Brooklyn, NY, creates colorful disposable tableware that is compostable and responsibly made, in partnership with non-profit factories who employ and empower the visually impaired community. All Susty Party products - plates, bowls, cups, straws, cutlery, tablecloths, and napkins - are made from renewable or sustainably harvested materials, and made in North America.
  • KIZARA
    @kizara
    Kizara is a Japanese organization that was formed to address a forestry management challenge in their country, where the increase in imported lumber resulted in unused wastewood in the Japanese forests.The firm struck the notion of slicing the wood into paper thin slices and using it to create new products, including plates. Kizara is an alternative to plastic and paper plates. Wether it is burned or buried in a landfill, or simply thrown away with regular trash it returns to the earth naturally; Kizara does not contain any harmdful materials and can naturally decompose.
  • Wasara
    @wasara
    Warara is a Japanese brand making elegant, sustainable single use paper tableware. Wasara elevates the simple paper plate with these elegant, organic plates. Offering the best in Japanese design, they fit comfortably in the hand, with and elegant texture and sturdy quality that are unparalleled in the category. WASARA is also an earth-conscious product. Made from tree-free renewable materials (reed, bamboo, bagasse - sugarcane waste), and fully biodegradable and compostable.
  • Lahore Tika Masala
    @lahoretikamasala
    Indian restaurant in Centennial, Colorado with a fresh, delicious, and flavorful menu. Lahore Tika Masala is one of the best new restaurants in the Centennial, Aurora, Parker area. Great Indian food, top quality service, and low cost, it creates a great value for anyone that wants to stop for lunch or dinner, even take out and delivery.
  • Hennepin Made
    @hennepinmade
    We are glassmakers. We are designers. We are a small committed team of people who put great care into our products. Hennepin Made was founded in Minneapolis in 2011 through the partnership of Joe Limpert and Jackson Schwartz with the common belief that handmade products have an essential place in our culture and everyday life. Joe was originally trained as a ceramicist and has always enjoyed the visceral nature of working with “hands on” materials. When he discovered glass he knew a switch was in order. This transition enabled an immediate fascination with the craft that lead to an apprenticeship with his instructor, Jackson Schwartz, who had returned from the Canberra School of Art in Australia. During the two years there were numerous conversations, dinners, and experiments with handmade glass in mind. This “research” informed a philosophy which was coupled with an entrepreneurial spirit to found Hennepin Made.
  • Mari Woods Kitchen Bath Home
    @mariwoods
    Mari Woods is a design firm that begins with a conversation. We ask you to guide us through your home, how you enter with your groceries, where your set your keys, how you host, how you feed your family--from holidays dinners to weekday meals. The stuff that goes in your home, built-in cabinetry, marble, quartz, granite countertops etc…. These things become the backdrop to the real story--your life! We take great pride in creating a space where you may welcome a new child into your home, celebrate your father’s 75th birthday, or maybe plan your daughter’s wedding.
  • dessertrestaurants
    @dessertrestaurants
    With mouth-watering delicious food we are one of the best dessert restaurants Melbourne. We at Syracuse restaurant provide you the indulging taste of the varieties of multi cuisine restaurants all over the Melbourne. We provide you services like Italian Restaurants Melbourne CBD, Romantic Restaurants Melbourne CBD, After Work Drinks Melbourne CBD, Cocktail Bars Melbourne CBD, and Corporate Functions Melbourne. If you are hard core foodie and want to get indulged into our mouth-watering menus for breakfast, Lunch, and dinner. Also if you want to arrange a corporate dinner, we are here always welcoming you with our best in class and we are among professional dessert restaurants Melbourne. To know about us more visit us on http://syracuserestaurant.com.au or call us on 03 9670 1777 for instant booking.
  • Dean and DeLuca
    @dean_and_deluca
    Today, DEAN & DELUCA still offers the very best in service, quality and of course, selection. Epicurean treats for cooking, eating and entertaining abound even as they did in the original DEAN & DELUCA back in the '70s. DEAN & DELUCA has a team of International food experts who search for the best and newest food products from around the globe. They also have launched a new wine division and can recommend the best food and wine pairings for any event or for that special dinner at home.