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Furniture: BassamFellows

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Furniture: BassamFellows

Julie Carlson January 15, 2008

Architect Jerome Buttrick forwarded us this link to BassamFellows, a collaboration between Craig Bassam and Scott Fellows, devotees of midcentury design. This is how they describe their mission: "We developed our aesthetic by rejecting novelty-driven, mass-produced contemporary design. The result: Simple, enduring designs that celebrate the luxury of craft. The look is graphic and organic." View the Tractor Stools at Bassam Fellows; they have also designed a collection for McGuire; see the Daybed at their site.

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Furniture: Bassam Fellows at Conran

Julie Carlson May 18, 2009

From Julie & Francesca:

Last week, we stopped by the Conran Shop and were reminded of how much we like the work of Bassam Fellows, a collaboration between Craig Bassam and Scott Fellows, devotees of midcentury design. Bassam Fellows currently has an exhibition at Conran called “The Glass House”; an homage to Philip Johnson. This is how the duo describes their mission: “We developed our aesthetic by rejecting novelty-driven, mass-produced contemporary design. The result: Simple, enduring designs that celebrate the luxury of craft. The look is graphic and organic.” View the offerings at Bassam Fellows; individual pieces are available at Conran.

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