business of home | Dec 15, 2017 |
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Scroll through the season’s notable design moments.

Contemplative Craft

Feed Faves @march.sf Joshua Vogel in the studio preparing for an exhibit of sculptural works

Feed Faves @soanebritain Soane Britain’s Daisy hanging light takes 40 hours to handweave

Pets of Design

Feed Faves @tommymitchellco Tommy Mitchell’s newest employee, Charlie, is ready to get to work

Feed Faves @bunnyseye Bunny Williams adds to her garden crew

Design for Good

Feed Faves @leemindel Lee Mindel’s fundraising project for Puerto Rico with Jose Marty

Pink AF

Feed Faves @sayhito_ Sleek office design by Ukrainian architect Emil Dervish has us blushing

Feed Faves @additionstudios In concrete, the rosy Stratosphere lamp is as surprising as it is sweet

Peculiar Patterns

Feed Faves @floor_story British rug company Floor_Story collaborates with London-based illustrator Josephine Ford

Feed Faves @tilletttextiles Tillett’s winding, one-of-a-kind custom fabric is called “Roads Untraveled”


Feed Faves @rosielistudio Part of the Ginkgo Laurel chandelier created for Amy Lau’s booth at Salon Art + Design in New York City

This article originally appeared in Winter 2018 issue of Business of Home, Issue 6. Subscribe for more.

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