the stories behind the products Visibility on the development of their Ridge Kitchen collection for Areaware. Ridge Kitchen originally started as a collection of porcelain tools for the kitchen. The idea was to convey use through pattern and motion. The forms referenced the language of the machine while being implemented...


Reposted from Dezeen see more photos from the exhibit after the jump Dutch Invertuals has invited 45 of the designers it has worked with over the past nine years to exhibit more than 800 objects from their archives for a show at Dutch Design Week. Displayed as part of Fundamentals...


Areaware Sample Sale November 11, 2017 12 pm - 6 pm 267 Irving Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11237 Join us this Saturday, November 11th from 12–6pm for our Holiday Sample Sale. This year we are joined by Dusen Dusen, Baggu, Fredericks & Mae and Doug Johnston. Beverages will be generously...


The colorful homes in Tirunamavalai, South India reminded us of the inspiration behind our Blockitecture Deco set. "Each house is first and foremost the work of a family, responsible for the design of the plans and the wave of forms and colors of which it protects them. "It was me...


the stories behind the products Clara von Zweigbergk on the development of her Snake Block™ for Areaware. I find the area between sculpture and play fascinating. The Snake Blocks actually came to life while working on a related product, currently in the making with Areaware. I had quite a few...


We asked artist and designer Nick DeMarco to tell us about his development of the Pinch Clip for Areaware. Below are some thoughts from Nick and an accompanying photo essay taken around his home and studio with ideas for its creative use/misuse. "We live in a time of unparalleled...


Volume One We are proud to work with independent designers to bring their design ideas to life. We value design integrity and collaborate closely with designers to realize their vision. In this publication, we are proud to share our Fall 2017 collection and the design stories that accompany them....


the stories behind the products Chen Chen and Kai Williams on the development of the Stone Fruit Bowls for Areaware. The Stone Fruit bowls came about as an experiment with slip casting porcelain and an offshoot from our Stone Fruit Planter series. The concept of these products is emphasizing the...



Brendan Ravenhill (left), designer, Dymaxion Folding Globe for Areaware. Shoji Sadao , Architect, collaborator and cartographer of "Raleigh Edition" Dymaxion Map, and the Buckminster Fuller Institute (right). This interview is part of an ongoing series of conversations with the Areaware designers. We asked our Fall 2017 designers to select someone to...