Modern Conscience rocker bases at THE EAMES RESTORATION PROJECT.
The Eames Restoration Project uses Modern Conscience bases.
Click here to see the post on The Eames Restoration Project.
The Inward Facing Girl visited us at the Bemis Building Spring Show.
The Bemis Building (where our humble showroom and studio is located) had it's bi-annual Spring Show and Modern Conscience invited in the local community. The show was a success and many modern enthusiasts visited us including Inward Facing Girl. She took some beautiful pictures- we hope you enjoy her post.
Click here to see the post on Inward Facing Girl.
See how fun it is to receive a Modern Conscience package.
One of our favorite customers, Cody of Cast and Crew on Etsy, sent us a fun clip show of himself opening a package from us. It made us smile; we thought you would like it to.
Click here to see the clip show.
Modern Conscience handmade reproduction bases are featured at Plastolux.
Tyler at Plastolux did an amazing job restoring some vintage Eames sideshells and reconfiguring the shockmounts from wide to narrow. And he was kind enough to use our bases to finish the job. Really great work, and helpful information if you're planning a project like this in the future.
Click here to read the post at Plastolux.
Modern Conscience has moved into the Bemis Building.
Modern Conscience has relocated to beautiful Seattle, Washington, and has moved the showroom, studio and workshop to the historic Bemis Building.
Click here to visit the Bemis Building website and learn more about the history of the building as well as the other artists and professionals in the community.
Click here to visit our new space.
The Modern Conscience website runs on 100% wind energy.
We're proud to let you know that our website is powered by 100% wind energy. Our hosting service is an EPA Green Power Partner and is wind certified. The servers, data centers and support offices are all powered by renewable wind energy. By partnering with this hosting company we are doing our part to prevent the release of 2,660 metric tons of carbon dioxide from entering the atmosphere each year. This is equivalent to planting approximately 2,390 acres of trees, not driving 6.1 million miles, or removing 510 cars from the road.
Click here to learn more about our sustainable efforts.