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We started our Architect Spotlight series not only as a way to share our favorite works of architecture with you all, but also as a way to educate ourselves about the history of American architecture. We've noticed an unfortunate gap in our knowledge...
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Some of you may remember that a few years ago, we made a small run of 1767 candles. We made them ourselves, in our own kitchen, experimenting with scents and meticulously pouring wax into jars in the evenings, leaving the...
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For too long, I’ve been quiet in times that I felt that political biases should be left out of a business’s message, but the bottom line is this: the murder of unarmed black Americans at the hands of the police...
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French architect and furniture designer Charlotte Perriand was a pioneer for females in the world of architecture and a true revolutionary, regardless of gender. Born in Paris in 1903, Perriand began studying furniture design at the Ecole de L’Union Centrale de...
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We've always been big fans of architecture and design books, and in our own home, our bookshelves are filled with our favorites. They've become great resources for us in growing our knowledge of design, and they're an endless source of inspiration that feels a lot...
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