According to their website, Edge Modern opened their doors in 1971 and quickly became the most prestigious manufacturer of aftermarket parts for farm machinery and equipment in Eastern Europe. That was a good gig, but it quickly came time for a change. So, after a short rebirth as the world's largest chain of discotheques, they decided it made sense to start selling modern furniture. However, the real story is that they are two friends - Drew and Sina - who believe in "modern design for modern life." Until the eventual birth of an actual showroom in San Francisco, their extensive lines of furniture and accessories (which also include a number of items [Chicago desk; Buttercup chair; D2 shelving] designed and manufactured by Blu Dot; rugs by Angela Adams and lots more) remain available solely online.
|With inspiration drawn from her surroundings along the British coast - "seaside resorts, deckchair stripes, '50s bikinis" - Madeleine Rogers has created a line of bold and colorful shades (available as ceiling pendants or mounted on bases) and textile items in her Mibo line.
DESIGNER & MANUFACTURER: Madeleine Rogers
|Angela Adams' rugs are woven from New Zealand wool and come in a range of colors and a mix of organic and constructed forms that complement almost any style of decór.
They come in an array of sizes ranging from 2.5 x 8 foot runners to 8 x 10 feet.
DESIGNER & MANUFACTURER: Angela Adams