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New York

Get your hosting on with this NY-made collection

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New York

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Eat, drink and entertain in style!

For our New York Box (NYC Edition), we asked our friend and producer/art advisor Dina Pugh to curate some of her favorite NYC-based designers and makers. Dina is the co-founder of Imprint Projects, a creative agency that designs and executes innovative marketing projects.

“From Bushwick to Midtown, New York City is a hub for ambitious and resourceful artisans who utilize every possible inch of space on rooftops, backyards, kitchens and warehouses. The NYC Box is a collection of my favorite makers working with unexpected—yet always elegant—shapes, textures and flavors. I decided to create the perfect home entertaining kit made up of impeccably designed, NYC-crafted items for eating and drinking in style. Let’s party!” — Dina

We don't want to give away the surprise by revealing what's in the box this time around, but take a look at the designers below to see whose products have been included.

New York's Contributing Companies

Urban Sproule

Urban Sproule

Sarah Sproule started experimenting with different methods of making salt after realizing a few years ago that, despite the huge locavore movement in NYC, no one was making salt. At Urban Sproule (pronounced “sprawl” like her last name), she uses pure saltwater harvested 30 miles off the coast of Montauk and then filtered through sand, silt, and clay. She then dries the saltwater using just wind and sun on a rooftop salt greenhouse that overlooks Madison Square Garden in Midtown Manhattan.

urbansproule.com
Butternut Brooklyn

Butternut Brooklyn

Since spending lots of time in his grandfather’s harpsichord-making workshop as a child, Peter Cavanaugh has been drawn to woodworking. After exploring other career options in his early 20s, he finally decided to start his woodworking venture with his girlfriend and business partner, Sarahana Shrestha. All of their items are shaped, sanded, and waxed by hand.

butternutbrooklyn.com
Morris Kitchen

Morris Kitchen

Kari Morris and her brother Tyler started Morris Kitchen in 2009 after their first batch of ginger syrup sold out at a Brooklyn farmers’ market in just a few hours. Today, they make a range of delicious, all-natural syrups and cocktail mixers using local ingredients whenever possible.

morriskitchen.com
Jerry Nance

Jerry Nance

Jerry Nance has a degree in architecture and a background in metal fabrication, manufacturing, woodworking, and mechanical engineering. He mostly focuses on industrial design and furniture fabrication out of his workshop in Red Hook, Brooklyn. The brass used in his pieces is milled from a machine that dates back to 1963.

jerrynance.com
Salad for President

Salad for President

Julia Sherman is an artist, photographer, writer, and editor who created the first MoMA PS1 rooftop garden, a process she documented as a project for her blog, Salad for President. Her site is a resource for salad recipes, photography, and interviews with a range of creative people.

saladforpresident.com
AHeirloom

AHeirloom

The husband-and-wife duo behind AHeirloom were both trained as architects but decided to start their homeware business after the state-shaped cheese boards that they initially made for their wedding became a hit. Since then, Amy Stringer-Mowat and Bill Mowat have expanded beyond cutting boards to a wider range of household items like cake stands, trivets, and muddlers. Their products reflect their commitment to good food, beautiful design, solid craftsmanship, and U.S. manufacturing.

aheirloom.myshopify.com