The Made Collection by David Okum

Category: Design Published on 05 Feb, 2013 Tags: ,
The Made Collection by David Okum

The Made Collection is an intersection of tools, materials and design coming together to create something greater than its existing parts.  The Collection by David Okum features four items – salt & pepper shakers, trivet, coat hooks, and desktop organizers, each created by hand in-house. Relying on traditional and modern processes, the pieces emphasize material and craftsmanship through form.  The outcome is truly refined everyday objects that respect and understand the integrity of the materials and its great capabilities. + info – Making Made Collection – Everyday Object by OKUM MADE on Kickstarter

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