An excerpt from our "Bay Area Made: Making a Sustainable Future" exhibit for SF Design Week.
Category: Good Business
The maker of clothing, workwear, and Ebb reusable coffee filters shares their process from sourcing to end-of-life.
Jillian Northrup of the Oakland-based furniture and home accessory makers tells us about their innovative and sustainable 3D printing methods.
Emily Grossman of the wild crafted perfume makers tells us about their innovative maker community in Oakland.
Tiersa Nureyev of the San Francisco jewelry and accessories studio shares their "Sustainability Standards".
Natalie Patricia of the Berkeley clothing brand on their sustainable model and holistic approach to fixing the fashion industry.
Make a resolution to eat delicious sweets from these Bay Area makers and feel good about it.
Hall Newbegin, founder of the Oakland-based maker of wilderness perfume, on sustainability and stewardship.
Owner John Krause's journey from a troubled past to creating community and opportunity for people with the odds stacked against them.
The founder of the San Francisco bag company on supporting women and facing her own challenges as a female entrepreneur.
Common Treasures is an exhibit inspired by "the necklace" featuring artists from the Oakland arts organization for people with developmental disabilities.