Our koi are spawning shortbread.
Posted by Andy Cruz on April 25, 2012
Our friends Kaisa and Christoffer Leka, Finnish counterparts of the House Factory Team, will be in New York City this weekend discussing their new book at the tenth anniversary festival of the Museum of Comic & Cartoon Art. Be sure to swing by and say “Hei!”, if you’re in the neighborhood.
Posted by Ken Barber on April 25, 2012
My buddy Markus brought a great little piece of industrial art with him when he moved over from Germany. The branding is a multimedia mashup of a hand-painted stalk, die-cut metal script and edelweiss flower.
Posted by Rich Roat on April 21, 2012
Back in December, House Industries did an in-store event with Scissors & Spice at the Brinton Lakes Anthropologie store in Glen Mills, PA. This short video —shot and directed by Andrew Larason with assistance by Justin Weber and Karen DeMaio, and featuring music by Brooklyn-based Plushgun— was recently released recapping the day.
Posted by Ken Barber on April 19, 2012
Long term product tester Dan Berkman sent this action shot of his Banjo H-Pattern Giro Reverb from the Manhattan Bridge on his way to work.
Posted by Rich Roat on April 16, 2012
Monophthongal motifs masterfully merge modern Danish design dialects with the visual language of House Industries.
Originally designed by internationally acclaimed architect Børge Mogensen, our friends at Stellar Works helped us hotrod these classic cabinets with an oak and sapelli inlaid Neutraface Slab slashed-o pattern.
The cabinets debut at the International Furniture Fair in Milan:
Stellar Works exhibition space
Galleria Cartiere Vannucci
Via A. Vannucci 16 (Metro MM3 Porta Romana)
0135 Milano Italy
Opening hours: 17-22 April, Every day from 10 am to 7 pm
Posted by Rich Roat on April 12, 2012
House Industries at Kutztown University
Friday, April 20, 7–9 PM
Sharadin Arts Building
Room 120, Art History Lecture Hall
Enjoy some pepper cabbage and homemade root beer before getting a behind the scenes peek at recent House projects, as well as a look at the history of Photo-Lettering.
Lettering is Trillium. Silhouette from the Studio Lettering Collection.
Posted by Ken Barber on April 6, 2012