MADE FEATURED ON OREGON LIVE

Posted on April 20, 2016

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Oregon Live just published a great article about MADE and founder Bo Hagood— take a look at the article in which Bo discusses the changing landscape of the Portland design scene, fine craft, and Portland Design Week. We appreciate the recognition of our hard work!

MADE AT DESIGN WEEK PORTLAND

Posted on April 5, 2016

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Join MADE’s Bo Hagood and a multidisciplinary panel of local designers and craftspeople for a Design Week Portland (DWP) conversation on the intersection of design, craft, and business. Then, return for a closer look at MADE’s showroom and production studio at DWP’s SE Open House crawl. MADE will be on hand for questions or walkthroughs and refreshments will be at the ready to keep you rolling on your DWP crawl.

PANEL: Design and Craft: The Merging of Concept and Execution
Tuesday, April 19, 6:30 – 7:45 PM

OPEN HOUSE: MADE Open House (DWP SE)
Wednesday April 20, 4:00 – 7:00 PM

CRAFT AND DESIGN: THE MERGING OF CONCEPT AND EXECUTION

This panel invites you to an interactive DWP discussion on the intersection of design, craft, and business. Moderated by John Hoke, the panel will explore the early stages of the creative process as well as design refinement, blending modern design with traditional craft techniques, honing production strategies, and more with some of Portland’s sharpest makers and design minds.

PANELISTS:
Bo Hagood, MADE Studio
Mark Hellweg, Clive Coffee and Ratio
Ken Tomita, Grovemade
Meghan Wright, Mazama Wares
Moderator: John Hoke, VP Global Design, Nike

LOCATION: MADE, 2940-b SE Belmont St., Portland, OR 97214
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MADE’s Cascade Tables are featured on Thesis

Posted on June 8, 2015

Thesis interviewed founder Bo Hagood for an in depth look into the Cascade Table’s design, form, and permanence— as well as his insight into merging technology and craft. Take a look at the article in their “curated” section of their website, and peruse other maker’s and designer’s work. Thank you, Thesis, for allowing us to take part in this project!

 

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Renata is open— MADE’s communal table is ready to serve!

Posted on May 22, 2015

Portland Eater just posted a great pre-official opening post on Renata. We were honored to make the communal table for the private dining room for two phenomenal restauranteurs. Be sure to get in before the word gets out— this place will be busy!

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FALL open house

Posted on November 3, 2014

Please join us for our Fall open house featuring jewelry by Allison Ullmer and MADE works in progress!

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MADE Cabinetry Highlighted in Portland Monthly

Posted on October 24, 2014

This Month’s Portland Monthly includes an article on Bonnie Serkin and Will Emery’s Portland home, featuring MADE cabinetry throughout the kitchen, bath, and den.

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MADE Featured on Cover of Dwell

Posted on October 15, 2014

We were very excited to receive the October 2014 issue of Dwell and see our dining table and ceiling on the cover! Thanks to Green Gables Construction and Boora Architects for including us in this amazing project. Click here to see more photos of the ceiling and here for more dining table shots. Read the full article here.

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Slab Tables for Roman Candle

Posted on November 26, 2013
Check out these beautiful Oregon walnut slab tables we made for Roman Candle Bakery and Pizzaria.
We made four tables total, from two different trees.
We love the contrast of our tables next to the white Eames side chairs.
There is some gorgeous color and grain in these slabs!
Waney edge!

Custom Furnishings in California

Posted on September 12, 2013

Here is a picture of a custom Axis media cabinet and coffee table we made for an architect’s home in California. Now we are building him a cabinet to support a 275 gallon fish tank (weight=2300 lbs!) Pictures to follow.

 

MADE is in the New York Times

Posted on August 19, 2013

MADE’s casework and furniture is featured in this NYT article!

 

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