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We’ve developed unique processes using additive manufacturing to create elegantly designed objects, and deliver highly customizable and more affordable products.
Explore the future of furniture with us. Curate designs as unique as your personal style, scaled to fit, made to order, and delivered right to your door.
Oh, and if you don’t like it we will take it back, free of charge.
The future of furniture, curated by you.
We’re currently working with some of the best in the industry, and if you are a badass designer, fabricator, or engineer we’d love to hear from you!
Cofounder Vani’s background is in software development, civil engineering, and entrepreneurship. Hailing from a legendary family of business-people, she is passionate about changing the world through big ideas and great people.
Cofounder Jeffrey’s background is in business, architecture, technology, and fabrication. An award-winning designer, technologist, and public speaker, he loves to solve problems, generate ideas, and help make the world a more interesting place..
Cofounder Jillian’s background is in interior design, graphic design, photography, and art. An award-winning designer, photographer, and successful marketer she is passionate about interiors, product design, and efficient operations.
Principal Product Designer Adam’s background is in Industrial Design, furniture, and brand strategy. A patented innovator and award-winning designer with a sense of humor, he thrives in problem solving while generating ideas that impact users & change the world towards a sustainable future.
3D Designer Kevin’s background in engineering and machine development is helping Model No. push into new innovations of furniture production though 3D printing and on demand manufacturing. He also likes to sing while working.
3D Designer Thomas’s background in lighting and consumer product industrial design and computational / generative CAD is helping Model No. push into changing the way the future of furniture is brought to life with 3D printing, generative design, and additive manufacturing.