A stunning design element in any room. Made with 100% wool merino felt, these trivets are decorative tabletop objects, ideally to be used under a bowl of fruit or a vase of flowers.
After years of using a laser cutter to make architectural models, architect turned designer Molly McGrath turned the machine's unique attributes into an ingenious conduit for her striking, minimalist line of jewelry and other designed objects.
Inspired by graphic design, textiles, and nature, she runs her San Francisco-based studio in the werkstatte tradition - a hybrid of design, craft, and tech with a focus on the applied arts.
"I just bought a laser cutter and went for it. My training in architecture was very much about details, connections and how materials come together. I use that in all the pieces I make."Molly McGrath, Molly M Designs
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