Brendan Ravenhill Studio
Brendan Ravenhill Studio specializes in furniture, lighting, product and interior design – everything from sconces to buildings. We’re located in the Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, where we work to strike the perfect balance between material, function and form in our designs. Everything we make is built in Los Angeles by local craftsmen.
Brendan Ravenhill – Principal
During childhood years in Cote d’Ivoire and summers in coastal Maine, Brendan Ravenhill fell in love with the functional beauty of working tools and wooden boats. His father curated a show called the Art of the Personal Object at the Smithsonian when he was a kid. Brendan received a Sculpture degree from Oberlin College in 2001 and a Masters in Industrial Design from RISD in 2009. He loves taking tours of factories and the smell of cedar shavings.
1855 Park Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90026
Studio visits are by appointment only. We are usually around Monday through Friday 9am – 5pm
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Site Design by Alexander Kwong
Alexander Kwong – Design Associate
Alexander Kwong specializes in architectural and graphic design. After graduating from the University of Texas at Arlington and attending UCLA, Alexander has taken on various roles in the design industry, ranging from project coordinator to fabricator. His interests include photography, information graphics, installation architecture, vintage cars, vintage foreign movie posters, and wandering around Griffith Park. His site.
Jonathan Sager – Design Associate
While studying experimental animation at CalArts Jonathan began experimenting with robotics. This lead to 10+ years of design and fabrication in mechatronics. Jonathan loves photography (especially his Hasselblad), builds robots and produces web and media content. He collects macro lenses, vintage Japanese vinyl and mythology books. His site.
Marjory Garrison – Special Projects
Marjory Garrison is the studio’s resident sign painter and devil’s advocate. When she’s not working on progressive campaigns with MRSS.com, she’s painting and admiring signs, nights-and-weekends-style. Inspired by the hand-painted work of skilled and folk sign artists in Haiti, Bolivia, Providence, L.A. and elsewhere, she hung her own shingle out in November 2010. Her site.