• Workstead
    @workstead
    Workstead is a design firm founded in 2009 by Stefanie Brechbuehler and Robert Andrew Highsmith. They were joined by Ryan Mahoney, also a graduate of the RISD Architecture program, in 2010. They focus on architectural and interior design, lighting, furniture, and exhibitions. Workstead’s aim is to design responsible works that create a sense of place for both the objects they contain and the people that experience them. Their palette is strong and rich, yet simple and efficient.
  • Riva Floors
    @luis9552
    Wide Plank European White Oak floors made in Spain. Stocked in the USA. www.Rivafloors.com Contact: Luis Cadena 631-278-8639 Lcadena@rivafloors.com
  • Amaz Floors
    @amazfloorsusa
    We craft sustainable hardwood floors, furniture, and decking made in Peru from exotic species in the Amazon. With fifteen years of experience in responsible forest management, we ensure that our products are legally sourced, and we are a proud supporter of several projects which guarantee our commitment to the environment and native Andean communities. Our entire production chain is FSC certified and our forest concessions are governed by the VCS and CCB Gold standards. From the harvest of the tree to floor ready for installation, we contribute to environmental conservation and developing communities while promising quality from the start. View all of our collections at www.amaz-usa.com.
  • Lamps Expo
    @lampsexpo
    Lamps Expo is a leading retailer of designer residential lighting products. With over 25 years of experience in the lighting industry, our sales staff can help with any size project. We also offer services to trade professionals, set decorators, and developers. You can find thousands of lighting products, fans, and décor on our e-commerce site, Lampclick.com.
  • First Lamp
    @first_lamp
    First Lamp is an architecture and construction firm based in Seattle, Washington. First Lamp believes one's journey through life produces a story that can manifest itself in the way one builds his or her surroundings. These stories are spoken through the details, materials, and volumes of the buildings in which one lives, learns, and plays. These elements, when arranged in a meaningful way with their context, are what help buildings enrich the lives of their inhabitants. First Lamp is in search of that story. The firm's attraction to this way of working has both practical and philosophical roots. Residential architecture is unique from the remainder of the building industry in that it allows those who conceive the plan to build as well, allowing projects to mature through construction with the same creative focus that began their conception. Not only does First Lamp's working knowledge of construction increase the efficiency with which its projects are built, but it also increases the depth of their meaning. When the hands that hold the pencil also drive the nails, everything changes. The physical acts of building (touching, climbing, holding) open otherwise untouched avenues of creative thought and thicken the bond between body and building. Ideas become more practically and philosophically relevant to the project.
  • Quality Lamps
    @quality_lamps
    A small manufacturer bases in Barbados.