As you all know, two recently launched a new brand called Pair (to learn more about Pair see our last blog post). To kick off the introduction of Pair we had a couple events in our space. In order to give people the full effect of what we’re doing over here at two we spent many weeks 2 décor-ing the heck out of our space and we’re pretty proud of it! We’ve had lots of people asking about our accessories, artwork, décor and even our paper plates and wood cutlery. We wanted to take the opportunity to show you what they are and how we used them in our space.
We launched a sister brand, Pair.
At Pair, we are creating a completely new approach to office furniture design. The collection is intended to be tailorable and lends itself to mass customization. Through collaboration, we want to put the creativity in the hands of our interior design partners. The ability to deliver on a highly personalized solution has a lot to do with our belief that the production needs to be within the United States. This way we can iterate, develop prototypes and produce products. All of which is easier to do when it's happening in your backyard.
Our industrial design partners, Eric Pfeiffer and Ben Hopkins, are both industry veterans that have an understanding of our market's demand for a nimble and responsible design process. The collaboration has spawned a full line of furniture that includes: height adjustable systems, a power beam, storage, workspace enhancements, and meeting tables.
We are very excited about the launch of Pair, and all products are ready to be ordered. Please contact us for a private showroom tour.
Two weeks ago we had our 2nd annual chairity auction and it was a huge success. Over $8,000 was raised for Project Color Corps with help from the design community and our partners. We will also have the opportunity to help paint a school with the money that was raised. Let us know if you would like to participate by contacting email@example.com.
Back in May, we scoured Craigslist, neighborhood streets, vintage stores, Goodwill, and the Salvation Army for interesting chairs with good bones that needed a little extra love. We gave the chairs to randomly selected architecture and design firms for them to re-design. With a little blood, sweat, tears, and help from Kay Chesterfield's pro reupholstering skills, they were transformed into desirable pieces of art and truly beautiful chairs. Check out all of the before and after photos on our Pinterest, and more coverage of the event can be found here.
We owe a huge thank you to EQ3 San Francisco for allowing us to use their beautiful space and their equally amazing hospitality! We absolutely love our design community and we could not have done any of this without you!
A big thank you to everyone who came out to our event with Gandia Blasco!