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NEIGHBORHOOD BOOZE . OWL-B / CE-INCENSE CHAMBER

  NEIGHBORHOOD’s latest kaolin clay incense chamber features occult imagery indicative of knowledge in the dark arts. Resting at a…

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Nepenthes ‘Purple Haze’ Original Incense

Nepenthes joins with century old traditional incense maker Kaorishido for a custom scented coil incense. Created in the brands signature…

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HAVEN’s FOCUS: HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE

In time for the holiday season, HAVEN’s latest buyers guide takes a closer look at our extensive range of items….

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The Senato Hotel Produces its own high end speaker

A project in collaboration with Pietre di Monitillo

Senato Hotel in Milano recently enlisted the stone working expertise of Pietre di Monitillo for a custom high end speaker enclosure….

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Supply Store x NBHD Incense Chamber

A nod to Ned Kelly

I look forward to browsing through each season of NEIGHBORHOOD, especially the art objects and porcelain incense chambers. This holiday…

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Hand Casted Brass Switch Plates

Matureware by futagami

Regarded as a leader in brass casting, Futagami Matureware carries on the centuries old Buddhist tradition of crafting brass alloy…

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GoodHood Visits Incense Makers KUUMBA International

The enigmatic character that is Eiji Koyama, founder of Kuumba International, sits with GoodHood for an intimately concise interview. In…

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NEXUSVII VLACK Vintage | Skull Ashtray

NEXUSVII was one the first brands that I gravitated towards when I started working at HAVEN. Tomohiro Konno’s take on classic…

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Blurring Boundaries | Nalata / Nalata

An exhibition of wooden tableware by Ryuji Mitani

NYC’s Nalata Nalata concludes its 4 part exhibition series highlighting Japanese artisan materials with an immersive experience with talented woodworker…

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intelligence Magazine speaks with the duo behind Nalata / Nalata

Our editorial team payed a visit to NYC’s Nalata / Nalata to speak on collaboration, craftsmanship, meaningful design and how it can…

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ACME Furniture Drapes its Windan Sofa in ‘Browns Beach’ Wool

Specializing in high quality re-interpretations of mid-century American designs, Japan’s ACME Furniture creates everything from sofas, tables and beds to lamps and…

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Otani’s at Nalata Nalata

Our favourite necessity-wares dealer Nalata Nalata is graciously hosting a one week exhibition showcasing the work of Tetsuya and Momoko…

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Supreme and Artek Checkerboard Aalto Stool and Bench

Well on their way to have left their signature touch on every possible object in existence, Supreme has worked with…

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Inside a Restored 1948 Frank Lloyd Wright Home

Architectural Digest takes a tour of a restored 1948 Frank Lloyd Wright property in Wisconsin, brought back to life by…

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Understated Row House Project by Aleph-Bau

The notorious Toronto architectural firm Aleph-Bau has offered one of the most subtle yet lurid renovations I’ve seen in this…

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A Visit to Artist James Jean’s Studio

James Jean shows off his elegant studio live/work space near Little Osaka in Los Angeles. The home, originally designed by…

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VIVA Architecture’s Dear Farm

Acclaimed Dutch architecture firm VIVA was posed with a conundrum: how to use an existing façade to create a contemporary…

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Edge of the Forest | Yamazaki Kentaro Design Workshop

Daigo, in the Ibaraki Prefecture in Japan, is straddled on both ends by Mount Nantai and Mount Yamizo. The town…

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MUJI Minimalist Homes

Muji is always creating unique, functional, and sustainable products. Taking housewares one step further, Muji has created a line of…

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Pacific Furniture Service x Seiko Industrial Wall Clock

Located on a quiet street in Shibuya, Tokyo – PFS (Pacific Furniture Service) is a modest and private label furniture retailer…

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