Three Legged Pig Design is honored to be featured in the Home & Garden Section of the San Francisco Chronicle for EDDIE's "cutting-edge design and sustainability." In addition, reporter, Alexander Slotnick, wrote "In Fact, no square foot of EDDIE goes wasted. Any Open space exists because it was meant to be open to provide the illusion of volume or to make way for natural light, which is abundant in every room..." For more information on the EDDIE House and the full article, please follow the link below.
Pied-a-Terre Kitchenette Selected as "Kitchen of the Week" on Houzz
The itty-bitty 82 square feet combined kitchnette/dining area of the Pied-a-Terre packs a whole bunch of features into this small space and garnered the title of "Kitchen of the Week" on Houzz.com. To read more about the features that visually enlarged the small space and improved functionality of the limited kitchen counter length, please click
Make Room, Modern Design Meet's Craft at the Prestigious American Craft Council Show in San Francisco
Three Legged Pig Design has been selected as one of eight designers to create a room setting for the American Craft Council Show coming to Fort Mason, San Francisco this August 2-4, 2013. The unique showcase will celebrate the symbiotic relationship between craft and design and each setting will give context to a handpicked piece of craft.
Partnering with artist Michael Scarborough, Three Legged Pig Design will create a modern tea pavilion with refreshing use of materials, layers of texture, and with influences from tradition reinterpreted.