A striking washroom duo if there ever was one.
The workplace of this small-in-size-but-global-in-reach company is covered in warm wood panels and exposed Edison bulbs.
Known for its letterpress printing, most famously of live music show posters, Hatch is proof that print has a life in modern day.
It is a remarkable set of rooms, one housing the looms, and another for the warping machines—one of which was designed by Leonardo da Vinci.
One standout design feature is the 16-foot skylight that lets light enter through the west side of the building, illuminating through the ground beneath.
Bold, refined, and altogether exquisite.
Howl & Home’s high-end, handmade dog feeding station is made to order.
Carrara marble at the front desk, teak accents, and slick lounge furniture from KnollStudio.
Howlers at the moon can experience its mystical waxing and waning in their own homes.