Working Class Studio is a product development venture of the Savannah College of Art and Design that cultivates and promotes the work of talented SCAD students, alumni, and faculty artists. An innovative concept for an educational institution, Working Class Studio marries function with fine art to deliver a well-curated, ever-expanding mix of original stationery and home decor lines sold in retail stores across the United States and internationally.
Nikki is an architecture+design photographer and writer based in San Francisco. She attended the Academy of Art University working on her MFA in Photography. Nikki also works with tech startups.
Herman Miller is named after a West Michigan businessman who helped his son-in-law buy the furniture company he worked at in 1923. By the middle of the 20th century, the name Herman Miller had become synonymous with “modern” furniture. Working with legendary designers George Nelson and Charles and Ray Eames, the company produced pieces that would become classics of industrial design. Herman Miller has continued this tradition of working with top designers, including Alexander Girard, Isamu Noguchi, Robert Propst, Bill Stumpf, Don Chadwick, Ayse Birsel, Yves Béhar, and many talented others.
Known for warm modern design that "plays well with others," DeForest Architects is dedicated to engaging clients in the fun and creativity of the design process. Working closely with clients throughout the Northwest, California, Hawaii, and beyond, the firm thrives on inventing new ways to live, work, and play.
CCS Architecture is dedicated to excellence in architecture and design. They have gained international acclaim for a diverse range of public and private buildings, as well as interiors for living, working, eating, and more. The work is firmly based in the modernist idiom where innovation and creativity are balanced by common sense and experience.
Nobuo Araki / The Archetype is an architecture firm based in Tokyo, Japan.
Born in 1967 in Kumamoto, Japan, Araki graduated from Nishinippon Institute of Technology with an Architecture degree. After working for Toyokawa Architects and Associates, he founded The Archetype in 1997. Currently, Araki is a visiting professor at the Nishinippon Institute of Technology.
Beautiful gardens change lives. Our work is contemporary, timeless, and soulful...a reflection of our client's lives, a love of architecture, and working with the varied settings that frame each site.