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Jeremy Alden

Design Manager

Jeremy designs objects and places with intrinsic value. With a background in product design, landscape design, and architecture, he focuses on the communicative power of design – through form, image, experience, and word. His work nurtures the inherent structure and beauty of materials, ranging from mass-produced products, to commissioned pieces for private and public collections, to residential and hospitality-driven building renovations. He believes that designers must understand the materials that they shape; not just the physical properties but the cultural, historical, and social references.

Education

BLA, Landscape Architecture & Fine Arts, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR

MID, Industrial Design, Pratt Institute, New York, NY

Awards & Exhibitions

Architectural Digest, December 2019, Padaro Lane Residence featured

SEAT Exhibition, June 2011-June 2012, Fort Mason, San Francisco, Sculpture Installation

NW Modern, October 2010, Portland, Group Show featuring 5 pieces of furniture/ceramics

Baltimore Museum of Art, Permanent Collection, 50 Dozen Chair, 2008

O at Home, Winter 2007 issue, Ava Residence featured

Max Lang, Material Culture: Contemporary American Design, June - September 2007, New York, 8 pieces exhibited

The World of Interiors, September 2007, 50 Dozen Chair featured

Jules Seltzer Associates, Fall 2006, 50 Dozen Chair exhibited, Los Angeles, California

The New York Times, May 2005, 50 Dozen Chair featured

NYTimes.com, Video Webcast, May 2005, 50 Dozen Chair featured

2005 Horizon Awards for Emerging Artists, 50 Dozen Chair nominated, Museum of Art & Design, New York

Umbra Design Competition, May 2005, Third Prize, Wishbone

Jeremy Alden

Design Manager

Jeremy designs objects and places with intrinsic value. With a background in product design, landscape design, and architecture, he focuses on the communicative power of design – through form, image, experience, and word. His work nurtures the inherent structure and beauty of materials, ranging from mass-produced products, to commissioned pieces for private and public collections, to residential and hospitality-driven building renovations. He believes that designers must understand the materials that they shape; not just the physical properties but the cultural, historical, and social references.

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