Art Center College of Design (Pasadena)


Learn to create. Influence change. This is the mission of Art Center College of Design. For more than 80 years, tey’ve achieved an international reputation for our rigorous, transdisciplinary curriculum, faculty of professionals, strong ties to industry and a commitment to socially responsible design. At Art Center, they prepare artists and designers to make a positive impact in their chosen fields—as well as the world at large.

Booth: 1176


Astek Wallcovering, Inc. (Van Nuys)


Astek Inc. is a leader in both the wallcovering and custom digital printing industries. Astek works with clients worldwide to meet their design, digital printing, wallcovering and signage needs. Our clientele spans a variety of industries including hospitality, architecture, interior design, fashion retail, motion picture and television.

Booth: 2338


James de Wulf (Los Angeles)


Since 2004 James de Wulf has been known for his ability to fuse the most advanced concrete technology with beautiful, modern, and natural forms to create functional art. Ping Pong tables, Pool tables, dining tables and occasional tables made of concrete are his main stay. He also makes very unique lighting out of solid steel and brass.

Booth: 1132


Koncept (Monrovia)


With years of manufacturing and industrial design experience, the founders established Koncept in 2002 to design and develop innovative products for home and business. The company has since developed a line of elegant LED lamps and lighting elements with the discriminating consumer in mind.

Booth: 1926


Nolen Niu, Inc. (Beverly Hills)


Nolen Niu, Inc. was established in 2005 as a custom furniture design and fabrication firm, providing services for retail, residential, and private individuals. The company is well known for its timeliness, quality, and craftsmanship, which soon lead to the development of an exclusive collection offered under the Nolen Niu brand.

Booth: 1400


Zucchetti. Kos (Los Angeles)


Each Zucchetti or Kos collection creates its own poetry to depict the Zucchetti.Kos universe. Each object is able to enhance the beauty of the place in the home dedicated to personal care, were body and mind become one.

Booth: 2112


Min Day (San Francisco)


Min | Day is an architecture practice that draws on E.B. Min and Jeffrey L. Day’s backgrounds in art, landscape, and architecture to provide informed, flexible design for a wide range of clients, sites, and projects – from individuals to art institutions, urban to rural settings, and furniture to large buildings.

Booth: 1686/1687


Galanter & Jones (San Francisco)


Galanter & Jones is a design and fabrication studio run by brother/sister duo Aaron and Miranda Jones. Founded in 2013, we debuted with a line of heated outdoor seating, the first of its kind. Our products are designed by Aaron and made in conjunction with talented California tradespeople.

Booth: 1386


J Liston Design (San Francisco)


Inspired by architecture and industrial elements J Liston Design creates contemporary furniture and accessories. Each piece is made by hand using a combination traditional and modern processes to create limited production pieces.

Booth: 1877


notNeutral (Los Angeles)


notNeutral is the product design company affiliated with the award-winning Los Angeles based architecture and design firm Rios Clementi Hale Studios. Growing out of a close collaboration between these two companies, products are inspired by gardens, buildings are inspired by plates and patterns are inspired by urban plans. Our designs emerge from our desire to synthesize the world around us.

Booth: 1987


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