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Premium modern furnishing sustainably made to order using a combination of sustainable and nontoxic materials, 3D printing, digital fabrication, and hand-finishing. All pieces are sourced, produced, and shipped domestically to our A&D and commercial clients.
Our workspace is a workshop. We are makers on a mission to lead change in an industry that is broken. Our space combines the best of new world and old world as you’ll find the latest in 3D printing and digital fabrication technology meeting old school carpentry and hand-finishing techniques. We have artists and designers combined with engineers all working together to make highest quality furnishings with minimal environmental impact.
We are a design and sustainability driven brand and business on a mission to make premium modern furniture designs in a way that is healthy for our homes and our planet. We design, source, produce and ship everything domestically. All pieces are made-to-order using clean technologies like 3D printers and digital fabrication in our Bay Area micro-factory. We use only sustainable materials such as upcycled plant material, FSC® certified hardwoods, and GOLS® certified latex.
We use the latest in large scale 3D printers and digital fabrication equipment in our facility. These are the workhorses of our Bay Area micro-factory.
We use only the highest quality FSC® certified hardwoods, GOLS® certified latex, low VOC varnishes, and work hard to source as much of our materials locally and within the US. All of this is better for the planet and our health. In addition, from a design, quality, and production standpoint, these materials offer endless possibilities within the additive manufacturing space. Our Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer Jeff McGrew describes this. “3D printers are awesome tools in that they don’t care what you tell them to make. There’s little setup, jigs, fixtures, or templates; you simply load material, load your CAD file, and let it run. You can think of it as a sort of ‘robotic hot glue gun’ that builds up objects one thin layer at a time out of different types of resins. While there is a great deal of nuance and finesse in dialing in your printer and the materials you’re working with initially, once done you can easily make a chair today, a table tomorrow, a lamp the next day, etc. And you can even have them make it while you sleep, running them overnight, and one person can run multiple printers at the same time, just babysitting them making sure materials are stocked and removing finished prints.”