I've been so on the go, that it's taken me a few weeks to report back on my fabulous trip to Glasgow. Jane Briggs and Christy Cole, partners in creativity and life—and all-around outstanding human beings—served as my indefatigable guides, and I couldn't be more grateful.
We saw art; we saw design; we ate great food. And the best part was the undeniable sense of community. Everyone was so friendly, mutually supportive, proud of their Scottish heritage, but also eager to embrace the future. We encountered so much amazing material; you can be sure you will see more from Scotland on our site over the course of the summer. This is only just the beginning.
Here's just a taste of Glasgow's inspiring sites...
*All images courtesy Wava Carpenter for L'AB/Pamono
Wava CarpenterAfter studying Design History, Wava has worn many hats in support of design culture: teaching design studies, curating exhibitions, overseeing commissions, organizing talks, writing articles—all of which informs her work now as Pamono’s Editor-in-Chief.
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XL Edition Hill House Ladderback Chair by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for Cassina, 1980s
3/5 Mirror by Briggs & ColeSale
3/5 Vase by Briggs & Cole, 2014
Chair by Charles Rennie MacKintosh for Cassina
Italian Dining Chairs by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for Heart of Danemark APS, 1980s, Set of 4
Italian Willow Chair by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for Cassina, 1904
DS3 Chairs by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, 1980s, Set of 2
Artefact #6 Terracotta Vessel from Nick Ross, 2016
Art Nouveau Black Lacquered High Back Chair by Charles Rennie MackintoshSale
Textil Blue from Briggs & ColeSale
Misfire Shelf by Briggs & Cole
Domino Table by Charles Rennie Mackintosh
White Lies by Nick Ross
Little White Lies in Green by Nick Ross
Little White Lies in Red by Nick Ross
Little White Lies in Light Blue by Nick Ross
Dining Table by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, 1960s