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Meridian 105 is a professional architecture and design studio
based in Denver, Co. Founded by Chad Mitchell, the firm
pursues projects with a bold vision, putting forward dynamic
architectural solultions that exploit the latest in building and
manufacturing technology. This is the firm's mission. - Chad
We are a group of designers and craftspeople, as well as
skilled laborers. At Tanner Goods, we strive to create modern
products that respect the past. Our philosophy combines a
design-minded approach with a deep commitment to crafting
items by hand.
Colby June is a jewelry designer who lives at the base of
majestic Mt. Sopris, just outside Aspen, where she grew up.
From a young age, world travel and a connection to "the tiny
details in nature" have always been core to Colby June, so it's
no surprise both strongly inform her aesthetic. - Colby June
Our Philadelphia-based company designs and manufactures
environmentally- attuned products that enable the creation of
unique garden environments. The products respond to
ecological imperatives, are aesthetically modern, and tailored to
work as modular systems.
PCS Group, a community planning, urban design and
landscape architectural firm that specializes in residential and
commercial design, was established in 2002.
NAKA Designs, LLC (the word Naka is the name of a Kanji
character meaning interior; or the place-within) is an
architectural and interior design firm in Denver formed in 2007
by former members of a large architectural practice who had
been working together on alpine village, ranch stewardship
and luxury residential design.
Fahrenheit Collective, founded in Denver by John Wenner
in 2006, produces modern, innovative custom metal fabrication
projects. Drawing upon years of experience and breadth of
knowledge in metal fabrication techniques, Fahrenheit offers
artfully designed and executed home and commercial
furnishings for clients. - John Wenner
K.I.D is simple, it‘s short for Keasler Interior Design. This is the
spot where I collect my favorite things. K.I.D. is also a fresh
approach to design, a newer way of thinking. It’s a place where
necessities such as food, clothing and shelter are not taken for
granted, instead they are showcased. - Casey Keasler