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Kitchen company partners with childhood hunger initiative in time for Thanksgiving

collaborations | November 22, 2017
Kitchen tool company Tovolo has partnered with Friendsgiving for No Kid Hungry, a campaign of the national anti-hunger organization Share Our Strength. Tovolo is offering recipes and resource materials, along with select products to be shared with Friendsgiving hosts. The hosts are those who tur... By Katy B. Olson

Clodagh and Speakman partner on minimalist collection at Rejuvenation

collaborations | November 21, 2017
As part of a collaboration with interior designer Clodagh, plumbing brand Speakman launched a minimalist collection comprising three handles and one spout, available in a number of finishes. It will be available starting January 1, 2018 through Speakman’s partnership with retailer Rejuvenation. ... By Katy B. Olson

Designers Amber Lewis and Benjamin Vandiver team up ... on watches?

collaborations | November 16, 2017
The latest tastemakers in “The Curator Series” from Fossil hail from the interior design world. Amber Lewis of Amber Interior Design and Benjamin Vandiver of Benjamin Vandiver Interiors & Lifestyle have been tapped to create their own timepieces for the brand. Interior designers Amber ... By Katy B. Olson

Works by Peter Marino and more open at Les Ateliers Courbet

collaborations | November 15, 2017
A three-part, appointment-only exhibition at the New York Les Ateliers Courbet outpost debuted earlier this month, exploring the relationship between masterful architects and craftsmanship. “The On-Going Dialogue Between Architects and Masters” spotlights the latest collection by Pritzker Prize–... By Katy B. Olson

Mexican craftsmen reimagine Roche Bobois chairs

collaborations | November 9, 2017
For its new traveling exhibition “L’Artesanía de Vivir,” Roche Bobois asked 23 traditional Mexican craftspeople to reinvigorate four of the brand’s iconic chairs. Artisans from the states of Jalisco, Oaxaca, Puebla, Hidalgo and Chiapas redesigned the chairs using techniques specific to their reg... By Katy B. Olson

Caesarstone teams up with Snarkitecture on kitchen art installation

collaborations | November 7, 2017
Quartz surfaces manufacturer Caesarstone has announced it will partner with New York–based design practice Snarkitecture for its 2018 Designer Collaboration Program. Now in its fifth year, Caesarstone’s partner initiative asks outside creatives to engage with the brand’s quartz material in a uni... By Melissa Studach

A glimpse at Pantone’s first-ever lighting line

collaborations | November 6, 2017
Pantone has just launched a six-piece, Scandi-style collection today in partnership with e3light Group, a Danish company with a focus on energy-efficient LED lighting. Castor Pendant “In creating the Pantone collection, we set out to bring better lighting to the customer, that was ... By Katy B. Olson

Diesel Living makes first-ever entrée into surfaces

collaborations | November 2, 2017
Euro elegance arrives stateside as seven new Italian ceramic and porcelain tile collections debut from Diesel Living and the Fiandre Group brand Iris Ceramica. The collections draw influence from industrial, fashion and design trends, and are available for both commercial and residential use. Th... By Katy B. Olson

A first look at the new Rug Company and Farrow & Ball collection

collaborations | October 24, 2017
In a new collaboration, The Rug Company has debuted a 12-rug collection culled from Farrow & Ball’s palette. Available in plain wool, cut-and-loop stripe, and wool with a silk border, The Complementary Color Collection was created by The Rug Company’s expert Nepalese weavers. The Melr... By Katy B. Olson

Eames and fashion brand UNIQLO collaborate

collaborations | October 24, 2017
Japanese fashion house Uniqlo and Eames Office have teamed up on an Eames-inspired collection featuring capes, slippers, T-shirts and other pieces, all released under Uniqlo’s SPRZ NY (Surprise New York) brand, which has previously featured the artwork of Andy Warhol and Keith Haring. Uni... By Katy B. Olson
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