Journal

THE MAKING OF A COLLECTION: ELEVO

“I am designing for longevity. All these little details are a critical part of my design process. My clients may not know all the details that have gone into a design, but they will know when a piece feels right, and that it is special.”

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INSPIRED BY: MARBLE

photo by: malyeva interiors We can never get enough of marble. The natural beauty of this magnificent material is both au courant and timeless, adding a refined natural accent to any space.  Our found inspo shows that there is great impact in simplicity and flawlessly shows how to incorporate natural materials into your home.   We have created a curated selection of some of our favorite pieces that will surely elevate any space. Our Coluna Marble Fruit Bowl lives on the edge of bold modernity and artisan craft. Made from premium imported Italian Carrara marble and precision-machined silver metal (featured...

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Female Founder Series Featuring Anna

Female Founder Series Featuring Anna

About Anna, founder and CEO of ANNA New York Anna Rabinowicz founded the company in 2002 in her grandmother’s basement in Queens, New York. It was a family business and a matriarchy from the very beginning. Her mother and grandmother were in charge of putting the small rubber feet on the bottoms of their agate gemstone coasters.  After Anna’s grandmother passed away, her young daughter, Talia, became involved in the company, helping with design development. Today, ANNA continues to be a female-owned and operated company. Her elegant pieces can often be found in publications like Harper’s Bazaar, Vanity Fair, and Vogue, and...

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Our New Normal

Our New Normal

Welcome to the New Normal.  I just finished my first “shelter at home” week; I know others are just beginning.  My biggest revelation is that it caused a refocus almost immediately on what’s important: family, friends and community.  Stanford product designers (a program of which I’m a proud alum) sprang to action, designing DIY masks and 3D-printed ventilator splitters.  And groups of old friends immediately began creating zoom meetups.  This challenging period feels almost like a re-set – a moment in which we needed to stop, assess our lives and our role in the greater world, and decide how we...

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