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The Bend Goods Story
Founded in 2010 by Gaurav Nanda, a sculptor, a visual designer, who had an interest in combining elements of minimalism with utility. Nanda’s works are formulated from different shapes, while shifting scale and form. His distinctive lines emerged from his drawing practice, vibrant use of color and modern gestures. Since 2010, Bend has left its mark on that design era with its line of bright, geometric and often quirky metal designs.Read More
Why We Love Bend Goods Furniture & Accessories
How do they do it? The process by which Bend Goods creates their pieces is just as cool as the finished products. The name of the company gives away at least part of it. Bend Goods begins with galvanized iron wire as their starting point, which they skillfully shape by hand and securely join through spot welding. This technique, known as "bending," guarantees durability and a pleasant experience in every design created by the company. The manual manipulation of the metal enables Bend Goods to effortlessly adjust to different patterns, while enhancing the remarkable precision of each finished piece.
Fun Facts About Bend Goods
If you're in the Los Angeles area, be sure to visit the Bend House. In 2014, Bend purchased a 1920's Spanish style home to create a fun headquarters and, as they put it, "live Bend as a lifestyle." In addition to showing off the full array of Bend products, the company has dedicated itself to a full renovation of the property. The Bend Bungalow has been purchased nearby as a second official Bend Dwelling.
Noteworthy Products from Bend Goods
We revolutionized the wire furniture industry with the introduction of the Lucy chair, which has received noteworthy recognition with the inclusion into LACMA’s permanent collection. Our chairs are also featured in John Lautner’s architectural masterpiece, the Sheats-Goldstein residence.