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Strength in Numbers

10/29/2020

As we continue to sit on the edge of our seats in uncertainty, it feels like a good moment to celebrate things that do feel safe and sound - like working together in community. 

We’ve had the privilege to be a part of the burgeoning independent American design community since the start of our studio. Early on, this community helped us build our business in a recession by coming together to share resources, organize group shows and split tradeshow booths.

Today, we are grateful to be a part of a small group of independent furniture, lighting, textile and object designers presenting work together at Colony. Colony is a unique showroom as it operates under a co-operative model in an effort to be more mutually beneficial to the designers it represents.

This beneficial relationship naturally extends to the greater architecture and design community, making Colony an especially welcoming place to experience design. Above and below are some recent compositions beautifully photographed in the showroom displaying our work in conversation with other designers from the co-operative. 

Everything seen above can be found at Colony, 324 Canal Street, New York, Monday - Friday, 12:00 - 6:00 pm. If you are in New York, you can make an appointment here. Masks and social distancing are required at this time.

If you can’t visit in person, the Colony website is a great resource to browse the whole co-operative collection as well as to see what is currently in stock and available to ship. Along with many Grain pieces on the floor, Colony also has all of our wood finishes and rug samples available to view and borrow. 

We hope you continue to be safe and well. If you are eligible to vote and haven’t already done so, it is not too late to make a plan and vote!

 
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