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Bio


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Bio


▸We believe good design expresses the zeitgeist and heeds the past. Taking a head-first approach to materials, process and storytelling, we use our hands and hearts to share our vision.▸

 

Originally from the high deserts of New Mexico, Christina Zamora studied industrial design at the California College of Arts and Crafts. She spent the first decade of her career as the designer for notable mid-century pottery Heath Ceramics during its revival. Her work reflects an early exposure to Bauhaus ideals and a "consilience" agenda.

Born in Taiwan, Cathy Lo studied art and architecture at UC Berkeley. She is a visual artist and designer passionate about creating beauty in everyday life. Her work investigates identity, diversity and empowerment through the lens of her personal experiences, using memories to inspire stories. She is forever expanding reality through her imagination.  

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Studio


Studio


 

With Bauhaus attitudes toward materials, technology and human perception, we harness industrial disciplines and craft expertise to produce work that blurs boundaries between studio practice and mass production.

 
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Process


Process


 

We use our hands and hearts, designing gestures, constructing narratives to be translated into methods of manufacturable repetition, yielding un/predictable and reliable results.

 
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Process 2


Process 2