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Lori Goldman is a textile artist that has been working with wool since she was 12 years old. She has her B.A. in textiles from San Francisco State University and her M.A. in sculpture from SFSU as well. She has designed and sold sweaters for 3 sweater companies around the country.
Lori has taught everything from spinning yarn to knitted sculpture for 30 years, privately, at the California College of Art and at numerous bay area yarn stores. She has also run a children's art camp for 6 years (focusing on the textile arts) and has been an instructor at a public school in Oakland teaching 350 children a week.
Every aspect of
building design is being challenged by energy initiatives, so we design
products that consume fewer resources and are themselves highly
We strive to maximize the good materials
(aluminum) and minimize the bad (lead, mercury, plastic, paint). As a
small company, the environmental impact of our products is negligible,
but the impact of our beliefs need not be.
And because our
aim is to unify spaces with light, not decorate them with fixtures, our
luminaires – be they ambient, display or task – are minimalist in
At Vode, minimalist design isn’t a slavish devotion
to Cool. It is a direct and highly engineered response to the
architectural marketplace. You’ve told us you want low-profile,
high-performance, energy-efficient, scalable, durable luminaires.