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Founder Made

4 cutting-edge products made by designers and architects



Designers and architects by day, hands-on artisans by night---these creative principals are driven to make furniture and décor in their spare time. Fusing cutting-edge structure with simplicity, the following products reveal their love of creating. 

Doubling as a foyer centerpiece or a cozy dining spot for four, the TOPANGA ROUND DINING TABLE is the brainchild of interior design firm Barclay Butera. Constructed of hickory veneer, the table is a light and bright eye-catcher touting an hourglass silhouette, metal detailing and a waterfall-style base. 54”, $2,499.

DESIGNER: Barclay Butera 

Pull up a seat on the multi-step ROLLING BAR STOOL from Ward + Blake Architects, comprised of steel, dark brown Bri-Wax finish and cherry wood accents. Complete with stainless-steel springs and rubber rollers, the chair has easy mobility while uniting an industrious yet natural style profile. 12” x 18” seat, 18” x 20” base, 31 1/2” tall, $2,400.

DESIGNER: Mitch Blake

A nouveau approach to the Victorian-style bookcase, this geometric GRAND ETAGERE from EK Reedy comes in natural steel, bronze and black metal finishes. Available
with marble or glass shelving options, this display case is sleek and pragmatic. 96” x 45” x 16”, $12,750.

Cozy up by the hearth alongside a sliding fire screen crafted by Carney Logan Burke in collaboration with Brandner Design. The cover is insulated steel with an industrial finish for a dynamic look that is as compelling as it is practical. 24 1/4” x 18”, custom-made, price upon request.

DESIGNER: Eric Logan

As seen in the January/February 2020 issue

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