Alongside interior designer Black Cherry Design, Monmade supported the development of standard and custom products for the Sarah B. Campbell Enterprise Center at 7800 Susquehanna Street. The center features fresh and unique fixtures, furniture, and décor made by regional artisans and manufacturers, including studios and workshops located at 7800 Susquehanna Street. Supporting the mission of 7800 Susquehanna Street’s developer, Bridgeway Capital, the product opportunities kept the economic activity of the development in the region to support job creation and business growth.
Monmade producers featured in this project included:
Braddock Tiles · Gavin Benjamin · KMJ Metalworks · Modesto Studios · Protohaven · Roost Design Build · Savannah Hayes · Stak Ceramics · Temper and Grit · Twelve\Twenty Studio · Urban Tree
Monmade’s products offer a connection to place for regional design projects and developments. Learn more about how Monmade engages with local creatives to develop products that reflect a project’s surrounding community.
Monmade’s holistic approach to sustainability is described by our Dimensions of Sustainability. Rooted in our team’s knowledge of responsible manufacturing processes for small businesses, our six defined dimensions inform our assessments of artisan producers and their products. Our producers and their products achieve a dimension when they meet one or more of that dimension’s defined criteria.
Using sustainable materials including recycled, reclaimed, or bio-based materials, prioritizing sustainable vendors and local sourcing, minimizing environmental impact of facility and/or manufacturing waste, publicizing sustainability practices, planning for responsible growth
Manufacturing at and/or within 100 miles of primary business location, using renewable energy sources, reducing energy consumption, reducing water consumption, measuring carbon footprint, seeking reduction of use of non-renewable resources
Products contributing to safe indoor and/or outdoor air quality, using low-to-zero VOC adhesives/sealants/finishes/paints, products comply with specific industry standards including UL and ADA, providing adequate safety and personal protection equipment for employees, safely using/storing/disposing of materials and/or finishes, using and/or encouraging green cleaning methods for products, recommending responsible installation and/or maintenance of products
Business is women and/or minority owned, workforce is more than 50% women and/or minorities, located in an LMI area, hiring local workforce, contributing portion of profits to charitable organizations, practicing public stewardship, offering employee benefits, providing wage transparency
Designing products for zero-impact, reuse, and the elimination of waste throughout the entire life-cycle of the product. A circular system often includes (but not limited to) using sustainable materials (e.g. bio-based, reclaimed), safe and efficient manufacturing, durability, using sustainable packaging materials, and a plan for end-of-life