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Brick & Mortar Retailers
Driven by a search for new ways to enjoy food, Jouw... stocks pieces that don’t follow the normal rules of usability. Instead, they challenge you to reconsider preconceptions about the relationship between tableware and the user. They can be loved for their thought-provoking function but also for their beauty.
Yet it is not only about beauty, Jouw... also believes in sustainability. That’s why all the pieces are crafted only from natural materials, such as wood, calabash, stone, metal, clay and glass. Often sourced locally and using materials that are found, recycled and/or reused. Even the smaller parts of the pieces such as glue, paint and glazing, are organic and biodegradable.
Boca Raton, FL
In The Pursuit
It is In The Pursuit’s belief that everything in your home should tell a similarly inspired story. From the chair in your living room to the bracelet dangling from your wrist to the skincare you wash your face with and the olive oil you drizzle over your meal. In The Pursuit has been touched by each artisan in their virtual shop and magazine—every conversation, every studio visit, every piece they’ve invested in for themselves has left an impression that still lingers.
THE PRIMARY ESSENTIALS
THE PRIMARY ESSENTIALS opened in Brooklyn in the Fall of 2013 as a place to provide a meticulously edited mix of special objects, with an emphasis on how we live our daily lives. Striving to source goods that have a subtle yet distinctive impact, The Primary Essentials believes in the importance of independent designers and artisans, and their individual outlook on the world. We aim to always provide new outlets of unique beauty, while constantly holding true to classics.
Tetra is an online retail platform dedicated to elevating the aesthetics of the smoking experience. They specialize in designer smoking objects like pipes, ashtrays, and lighters — most of them custom-made exclusively for Tetra in limited editions — as well as unique home fragrances, rare vintage finds, and other accoutrements.
S E T & C O.
S E T & C O. is an artisanal kitchen and home store located in Dallas, TX. Owners Jennifer and Adam Littke operate the shop from their charming 1922 brick mercantile building at the corner of Davis and Tyler in the historic neighborhood of Oak Cliff. S E T & C O. provides items for the kitchen, home, table and pantry.
MINNA is a New York based home textile brand established in 2013 by Sara Berks.
MINNA uses traditional craft techniques to produce ethically made goods with a contemporary edge. Employing a cottage industry approach, MINNA partners with master weavers and artisan collectives in Mexico, Guatemala, and Uruguay, which helps ensure craft preservation and job creation.
In October 2014, Interior Designer Brad Ford organized a modern makers craft fair in upstate New York called Field + Supply. The focus was on modern, elevated craftsmanship showcasing artisans from the Hudson Valley area as well as makers who work in New York City and Brooklyn. FAIR is an extension of that concept and is now a permanent showroom at the New York Design Center. It is more edited and elevated than the original event upstate, but the focus remains on high-end, handcrafted design and craft. Many of the same designers who showed their work at Field + Supply are represented at FAIR and several of them are craftspeople that Ford has worked with over the years on his own high-end design projects.
Paintbox is a high-design nail studio aiming to elevate every aspect of the manicure experience. Founded by former beauty editor, Eleanor Langston, Paintbox launches seasonal collections of thoughtfully-edited nail designs. Our creative artists help women navigate the latest trends, offering individualized color consultations to ensure you'll leave with a modern, confidence-boosting mani.
Los Angeles, CA
Dream Collective is a shop based in LA offering an in-house line of fine jewelry as well as a curated selection of home goods. Founder Kathryn Bentley’s Aesthetic arises out of changing obsessions and visual reasearch. Inspiration comes to Kathryn from past design movements, travel, artisans, flea markets, architecture and textiles.
While most of our parties last a few days and focus on food and drink, Stay is a lasting physical place mixing the familiar comforts of home with the unexpected delights of a unique boutique. A colorful, airy space in which to gather, surrounded by sensory experiences and beautiful goods by the makers and friends we love.
Philadelphia Museum of Art Gift Shop
The Philadelphia Museum of Art Store is filled with inspiring gifts and a wide assortment of products reflecting the Museum’s extraordinary collection. The five shop locations offer reproductions of favorite items from the Museum’s rich holdings and its varied exhibitions. The Museum Store features locally made items from Philadelphia, engaging games and toys for children, and an artful array of jewelry, apparel, stationery, and items for the home.
Beam & Anchor
With its eclectic, no-filler edit of new and vintage furniture, home décor and personal effects, Beam & Anchor has become a destination for creative types in search of inspiration and interesting product.
Much of the selection is locally sourced, but “Portland-made” is not a prerequisite. As cofounder Robert Rahm says, “more than anything, we're looking for great design and a compelling narrative—something that strikes a chord, even if we’re not exactly sure why.”
"BIOTOP" is an environmental term referring to "a region uniform in environmental conditions and creatures' habitat". In order to transform this concept into a specialty store in the city「BIOTOP」was opened as a complex shop offering fashion, botanical, and food, in Shirokanedai, Tokyo in March 2010. In the shop, pieces of premier luxury brands and featured brand selected from all over the world, and goods which color life, such as natural cosmetics and lifestyle goods are lined up. In the courtyard, a symbolic tree house made of oak is built.