All of our product is made by many hands in our Clinton Hill Brooklyn］studio.
Whether for skin or home or professional environments［distributed invisibly through the air］, we approach scent creation as a design disciple with multiple applications. For our own collections and collaborative clients, our intention is to provide experiences that are new.
A design project became an obsession and career. Currents influences: Details, 19th and 20th Century American poetry, freedom of expression, music from the 1960s and 1980s, the Near and Far.
Our work can be seen as intimate pieces of art. Porcelain containers (for perfume, candle, diffuser, soap) are
vertically handmade at our studio and can be collected, repurposed, given new life.
I think we view the ritual of using candles for non-ceremonial purposes as Japanese, in a sense. It is a matter of adding ambiance, natural light and your own version of a scent identity to your space.
The quality of raw materials we use and the process in which our products are made, as these are what truly set up apart.
Universal truths and patterns that connect.
We are located 1 block from the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Our space is originally a rigging truck garage but has now
been retrofitted to our specs--in order to house our operations and to host our first flagship shop. The storefront
was designed by architects Taylor and Miller with visibility to the manufacturing and creation process behind it.
The space has won a number of international awards.
Among neighborhood favorites are Parlor Coffee and the Kings County Distillery Gatehouse