• Vitra
    @vitra
    Founded in 1950, Swiss company Vitra produces furniture and accessories that continue to define and shape the landscape of modern design.
  • The Plan Collection
    @houseplans
    At The Plan Collection, we are driven by the simple idea that great house designs should be affordable and readily accessible to everyone. We offer homeowners, prospective homeowners, and builders more than 20,000 house plans selected from leading designers and architects. Learn more at www.theplancollection.com
  • Vitra Design Museum
    @vitra_design_museum
    The Vitra Design Museum numbers among the world’s leading museums of design. It is dedicated to the research and presentation of design, past and present, and examines design’s relationship to architecture, art and everyday culture. In the main museum building by Frank Gehry, the museum annually mounts two major temporary exhibitions. Smaller parallel shows are presented in the Vitra Design Museum Gallery, a neighbouring exhibition space. Often developed with renowned designers, many of the museum’s exhibitions cover highly relevant contemporary themes, such as future technologies, sustainability or questions like mobility and social awareness. Others address historical aspects or protagonists.
  • Panton Architect
    @panton_architect
    Panton Architect is an Austin, Texas based design firm founded in 1994 dedicated to making beautifully designed and well-crafted commercial and residential buildings
  • Zuma Collection
    @zuma_collection
    Zuma Collection creates contemporary environmentally conscious products for the bath and spa.
  • Tea Collection
    @tea_collection
    Hello world. We're Tea. Welcome to caring and creation. Discovery and exuberance. Welcome to inspiration and connection. Welcome to our world. Welcome to your world. Like you, we were born to explore it, to experience it with every bit of our souls. We started Tea in 2002 in San Francisco with 3 pima cotton sweaters and a vision of bringing a fusion of worldwide cultures and modern design to children's clothing. We design distinctive apparel inspired by the beauty we discover in our travels around the world. From the iconic art and architecture of Barcelona to the graphic boldness of Brazilian street graffiti, we interpret our discoveries into beautiful, modern and consummately wearable children's clothing for ages 0-12. We launched our women's collection in the fall of 2010 in that same spirit. Chic, flattering globally-inspired styles to live and love in. Tea is available on our flagship website, teacollection.com. You can also experience our collections in specialty and department stores, including Nordstrom, Bloomingdales, Saks Fifth Avenue, and more than 300 high-end children's boutiques in the U.S., Canada and Australia. Discover our current destination. We went there. And we'd love for you to come along with us. It's the inspiration behind our clothes this season (and we go somewhere new every season). Come share the like with Tea on Facebook. And we've got a blog too. Design. Inspiration. Art. Fun. For you and your kids. Stop by anytime. We're Tea. We go there. Across the globe. And across the street. Turning our experiences into original designs of unique beauty, modern style and easy comfort. It's how we bring you the world. Come along with us. We can't wait to see you. And definitely bring your kids.
  • Walking Chair Design Studio
    @walking_chair_design_studio
    a multidisciplinary think tank in the heart of vienna
  • Jukka Setälä
    @jukka_set_l_
    Born in 1967. Masters of Arts, University of Art and Design Helsinki (UIAH), faculty of Interior Architecture and Furniture Design. Highly awarded, merited and exhibited for numerous designs in furniture and lighting. Receiver of Best New Furniture in Europe 2006 and Excellent Design by the Norwegian Design Council. Running his own business since 1996 under the name Suunnittelu- and Muotoilutoimisto Jukka Setälä Oy, he has actively been teaching furniture design at University of Art and Design Helsinki since 1999
  • The Bousquet Collection
    @the_bousquet_collection
    The "BOUSQUET Collection" began in 2003 when Tanja, a South African, and Philippe, a French man, met in the south of France. Both having an artistic background in painting, sculpture, jewellery and architecture, their Love story went even deeper. They live in South Africa after Philippe moved from France where they got married in August 2004. They since the beginning of 2005 share a studio. Since then a lot has happened. Full cupboards, garage and wendy house; cluttered shelves and draws with collected items. While still creating jewellery, the couple now concentrates on new challenges : lighting, sculptures and objects made of found or waste materials. The file has just opened.
  • The Cotton Collection
    @the_cotton_collection
    New York–based artist Andrew Cotton was born and raised in Northwest London. His formal art training included a foundation course in fine art painting at Central St. Martins Art School in London, and further fine art study at Brighton University.
  • Instituto Lina Bo e Pietro Maria Bardi Collection
    @instituto_lina_bo_e_pietro_maria_bardi_collection
    The Instituto Lina Bo e P.M. Bardi's library is composed of rare works, resulting of the critical and daring outlook for Pietro Maria Bardi, gifts from friends and and contemporary publications. The bibliographic material has been categorised as to respect its original organisation. The library focuses primarily on art, architecture, urbanism and design, with publications specific to Lina and her oeuvre as well as Pietro's life and legacy. The library also presents books on, among others, Politics, Philosophy, History, Literature, Anthropology and Sociology.
  • James Perse
    @jamesperse
    James Perse was born in Los Angeles, California in 1972. James' childhood was split between the beach, the hockey rink and the floor of his father's innovative Los Angeles boutique, Maxfield. With Maxfield at the forefront of putting Los Angeles on the fashion map, James received an incidental education on cutting edge fashion from Europe and Asia, on modern architecture, furniture design and on the elegant and the clean-line. Ironically, sports led James to his first foray into fashion. Obsessed with baseball caps, he could never find one that was well designed - with quality construction, shape, fabric and coloring. In 1991, James set out to make the ideal cap for Maxfield and it was not long before customers became clients - film directors ordered hats for their cast and crew and record labels bought them for tours. In 1994 he launched a t-shirt line that rapidly gained loyal fans looking for a seamless blend of luxe and casual. In 1996, James founded his first namesake collection of women's knits, which soon developed into two distinctly wearable collections; Standard James Perse for high-quality basics and James Perse Los Angeles ready-to-wear items, including jackets, sweaters, pants and dresses. In 1998, the brand launched an equally outlined men's collection and later, a line for babies and children. His passion for minimalist architecture influenced by warm west-coast indoor outdoor living and the casual clothing that's inspired by it, ultimately resulted in James' personal design philosophy and aesthetic - low maintenance high fashion - emphasizing elegance and comfort, pairing sophistication with simplicity. James has applied this visionary approach in every step of defining and developing the brand. In 2003, James Perse opened its first retail store. The retail environment acts as a medium for conveying the company's culture, ideas and values. James Perse is also available at top specialty retailers such as Barneys New York, Nordstrom and Saks Fifth Avenue and is sold internationally. James Perse launched its online shopping site in 2007 reaching a broader audience. Currently, a boutique hotel that captures the James Perse lifestyle is in development. For more information or to place an order, please contact Furniture@jamesperse.com or visit the James Perse Showrooms. Text Courtesy of James Perse
  • INFINITY JARS
    @infinityjars
    Infinity Jars set the standard for premium glass jars and containers. We are proud to boast the largest collection of unique styles of ultraviolet glass you'll find anywhere. Our products are created and backed by scientists and health advocates around the world. Extensive research has gone into each of our products, and we guarantee you can leverage the incredible power of these jars to maintain the optimum freshness of nearly any foodstuff, dried good, lotion, or essential oil. Website: https://infinityjars.com/
  • The Modern Fan Company
    @themodernfancompany
    The Modern Fan Company is the original and premier source for contemporary ceiling fan design, producing the most complete, exclusively modern collection of ceiling fans available.  Our products celebrate the modern idiom through mechanical simplification, geometric forms and contemporary finishes, and are intended to meet the needs of the professional specifier and the design-minded homeowner alike.
  • PALETTE & PARLOR
    @paletteparlor
    https://www.paletteandparlor.com Trusted resource for timeless modern furniture, lighting, and rugs, offering authentic designs by top American and European manufacturers, emerging designers, and local NC makers. Certified dealer for Knoll, Vitra, Fritz Hansen, Carl Hansen & Søn, Ercol, GUBI, PELLE, Nanimarquina, Ethnicraft, and many more. Contact us for top-quality products for home, hospitality, and office interiors.
  • SIGNIFYLED
    @SIGNIFYLED1
    I am a set designer for studio and theater. Bringing performances to life is my specialty.
  • SIGNIFYLED
    @signifyled
    I am a set designer for studio and theater. Bringing performances to life is my specialty.
  • Ton
    @ton
    Ton is an independent Czech furniture company that is a traditional manufacturer of a wide range of design chairs, bar stools, tables, armchairs, and garden furniture. Ton products are suitable for both the home and office and will suit any type of interior. You can choose from many different materials including wood, leather, fur, and eco-fur.