In our very first episode of Maker Visits, we met Farrah Sit, a ceramicist and furniture designer. This week, we journey back to Brooklyn to meet with the talented and extremely lovely textile-designer, Rebecca Atwood.
After meeting with Rebecca, we were so taken by how inspired she was by her surroundings. Combined with her journey through the corporate world as well as her need to source locally in New York, Rebecca creates a dreamy world where she creates beautiful items for the home.
Maker Talks started as live-event discussions and presentations with leading voices from the design and food communities and have become a huge part of Apartment Therapy's event presence in NYC. As we grow and evolve, so has our community of readers. We felt it is important to share the essence of our NYC events to our worldwide community, highlighting individuals who embody an entrepreneurial spirit in a video visit with Maxwell bringing us right to the heart of each Maker's creating space.
Our inaugural episode features Farrah Sit, a ceramicist and furniture maker. Farrah embodies everything that we feel a Maker is: understanding a sense of self, formulating innovation and creating a product or service that he/she strongly believes in.
We are excited for this new series of videos and cannot wait to explore this world further with you.
In this week's episode, Karis and Maxwell go on a speed shopping adventure to the one and only IKEA. They have 70 minutes to pick cabinets, counters, pulls, and fixtures. Think they can get it done? One thing we know: any trip to IKEA is better with a plan.
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In this week's episode, Karis and Ashley employ blindfolds to introduce the new space to some of the Apartment Therapy Media employees. It's all coming together... slowly. Next week we hope to start showing you some of the amazing details in the works, like the drop down movie screen the previous tenant left and the little phone rooms where you can sneak away to make important phone calls... This one is also shot by the super talented Alex Merkin.