To help raise awareness and funds for Design for Freedom, a movement to create a radical paradigm shift and remove slavery from the design and construction industry, Herman Miller and Design Within Reach have partnered with Grace Farms Foundation to sell the exclusive, ... More
To help raise awareness and funds for Design for Freedom, a movement to create a radical paradigm shift and remove slavery from the design and construction industry, Herman Miller and Design Within Reach have partnered with Grace Farms Foundation to sell the exclusive, reusable Design for Freedom Face Mask. Designed by Shohei Yoshida and Peter Miller (the project architects of the SANAA-designed River building at Grace Farms), this mask is inspired by the roof of the River building, which reflects light differently throughout the day and in response to the weather. The artisanal weave creates a subtle gradient pattern and soft luminescent appearance that shifts according to light, direction, and the texture of the fabric. The mask is ethically produced, and 100% of the profits will help advance the Design for Freedom movement.
- Exterior shell is composed of nylon thread that reflects a silvery luminescence.
- Interior lining is 100% soft organic cotton.
- Aluminum nose clip.
- Low chemical impact: printed with vegan water-based inks.
- All extra material needed to create this mask will be reused.
- Made to follow CDC standards; this is not an FDA Approved product.
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