OddFellows Ice Cream Co.
Nothing tastes better than homemade. We strive to create the highest quality and freshest ice cream available, pasteurizing our ice cream base in-house to concoct the most distinctive and scrumptious flavors ranging from inventive renditions of the classics to the delectably unconventional. We use locally sourced, hormone-free and additive-free dairy, and pasteurize our own mix, allowing us to infuse more nuanced flavors into our ice cream.
The mission of MATERIALL is to transform waste into quality products. We are a collaboration between an artist and a designer — living in NYC and Paris
Uhuru is a multi-disciplinary design firm based in Red Hook, Brooklyn. Founded in 2004, Uhuru began as a high-end custom furniture design and build company with a focus on timeless, sustainable design. Over the past 10 years, Uhuru has built a full-service interior design division with high-profile projects in the commercial, residential and hospitality sectors. Leading the vanguard of New American Design, Uhuru’s pieces have been placed in the Smithsonian and Brooklyn Museum‘s permanent collections. Since its inception, Uhuru has established itself as as one of America’s most innovative design firms and an icon of Brooklyn. With a vibrant, creative following of tastemakers, influencers and designers, Uhuru offers its clients and partners access to an influential global audience seeking a deeper connection with the products they use and the spaces they inhabit. Uhuru believes that each piece conceived, designed, and produced should add to a greater good in the world. This is evident in their creative reuse and repurpose in the creation of fine furniture and interior spaces. Though Uhuru continues to grow, their focus remains on the design and fabrication of exceptional quality furniture and spaces.
For building crazy ideas that no one else can you’ve come to the right place. To see what some amazing independent artists and researchers are making in Brooklyn: brooklynresearch.org Brooklyn Research was founded in 2012 by Alex Dodge, Ezer Longinus, and Johnny Lu as a co-research space for independent and privately funded researchers building new technology in Brooklyn, NY. In 2013 Brooklyn Research applied for non-profit status so that it could better serve the needs of its researchers and the community around it. Today Brooklyn Research exists in two forms; as a for-profit research and development lab and a pending non-profit co-research space. Brooklyn Research is located just South of the Broadway Triangle at the former Pfizer building in Brooklyn, NY.