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Emily Pilloton: Design for Change

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Designer Emily Pilloton’s nonprofit Studio H took up residence in Bertie County North Carolina to take a chance on improving the lives of school children through design. We first learned about Emily Pilloton back in 2006 when we came across her Human Nest chair at the HAUTE Green exhibit in Brooklyn during New York’s design week. Pilloton’s take [...]




 

 


Designer Emily Pilloton’s nonprofit Studio H took up residence in Bertie County North Carolina to take a chance on improving the lives of school children through design.

We first learned about Emily Pilloton back in 2006 when we came across her Human Nest chair at the HAUTE Green exhibit in Brooklyn during New York’s design week. Pilloton’s take on the nesting instinct was a bamboo frame embelished with layers of scrap fabric. We loved her thought process and creativity then and are inspired by her design-in-action via H-Studio now.


 

 

 
 
 

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