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Tartine

Artisan bread (and so much more) Since 2016

Our collaboration with Chad Robertson and Liz Prueitt, Tartine founders and co-owners, takes multiple forms—all based on our mutual commitment to craft, materiality, design, and community. Inspired by Commune Design’s early concepts for Tartine Manufactory at Heath SF, we jointly designed the Tartine dinnerware collection as a new offering for Heath’s Rim Line and for the restaurant dinnerware. Inside Tartine Manufactory, our unglazed Heath Tile represents another fruit of our creative endeavors together.

Tartine

Jacob May Design

Elegant, handcrafted woodworking Since 2015

Brilliantly designed, meticulously engineered, and exquisitely crafted in Oakland, Jacob May Design by owner Dave Ball makes handmade wooden furniture and cutting boards from sustainable sources—proof that great design can be both clever and classic. We first fell in love with their elegant end-grain cutting boards; then we worked in tandem to support Jacob May’s new furniture offerings, which developed into the complete Heath for Jacob May Nomad Collection.

Jacob May Design

Hygge and West

US-made boutique wallpaper Since 2016

Our partnership with Hygge and West is a natural fit—they’re a boutique wallpaper company that makes their small-batch wallpapers in America and commissions collections from artists, designers, and illustrators that inspire. The Heath Design team created four patterns in multiple colorways, all in a quintessentially Heath style that emphasizes the hand-drawn line and our signature palettes.

Hygge and West

Alabama Chanin Collection

Heirlooms inspired by hand stitched textiles Since 2011

One works in cloth, stitching in Alabama. One works in clay, firing in California. The two are joined, 2,266 miles apart, through texture, pattern, materials, and a true passion for slow, thoughtful design. The collaboration yielded an anthology of objects: carefully crafted modern heirlooms, presented as the Alabama Chanin Collection, a new and permanent dinnerware line for Heath Ceramics. The collection illustrates sustained quality, detail, style, and craftsmanship by enhancing the way people eat, live, and connect.

Alabama Chanin Collection

Dwell Patterns

3 modular shapes, infinite possibilities Since 2010

When Heath found themselves finalists in the 2009 Cooper-Hewitt National Design Awards — and lunching at the White House with fellow finalists Lara Hedberg-Deam (founder of Dwell Media) and architect/designer Chris Deam — the idea of a collaboration took root. One year later, Dwell Patterns was released. The tile line pairs geometric forms with Heath Tile's handcrafted beauty and rich glaze palette.

Dwell Patterns

Commune

California design, made timeless Since 2010

Focusing on enhanced life through design, Commune uses unconventional thinking to produce holistic, creative design solutions. This philosophy made them an ideal partner for Heath’s showrooms in LA and SF. The collaboration produced two retail environments as beautiful, simple, and functional as the pieces they house. Commune designed shelving and convertible furnishings from knotty pine plywood, influenced by the minimalist furniture of Donald Judd, to showcase the pieces made and gathered by Heath Ceramics.

Commune

Julie Cristello

Accessories inspired by and created with Heath Since 2008

San Francisco designer Julie Cristello is a longtime friend of Heath Ceramics. Her uncommon use of materials and subtle design sensibility led to this collaboration. Inspired by Edith Heath's 1970s experiment with 'kiln fillers,' or ceramic buttons, Cristello and Heath joined forces to make some of their own ceramic miniatures.

 

 

Chez Panisse Collection

Organic dinnerware, fit for all tables Since 2006

A collaboration between chef and food visionary Alice Waters, clothing and housewares designer Christina Kim, and Heath Ceramics. Designed for use in Alice Waters' famed Chez Panisse restaurant with the goal of complementing the food and the elegant interior, from a shared appreciation for craftsmanship and beauty in natural ingredients.

2.5 percent of all sales are donated to Alice Waters' Edible Schoolyard Project.

Chez Panisse Collection

House Industries

Patterns meet clay in a tactile marriage Since 2010

This collaboration occurred after Andy Cruz, owner of House Industries, toured the Heath Factory in the spring of 2009. The partnership had all the building blocks of a brilliant marriage — two passionate and independent parties working with different materials on a convergent path. The result is 2 new products: House Numbers and clocks. Our clay, their designs.

House Industries

Friends of Heath

Son of a Gun

V. Dotolo & J. Shook Los Angeles, California

Son of a Gun

enormouschampion

Design studio Brooklyn, New York

enormouschampion

SFMade

Local manufacturing San Francisco, California

SFMade

Jeffery Cross

Photographer San Francisco, California

Jeffery Cross

SummerSchool

Art and event curator San Francisco, California

SummerSchool

Ace Hotel

Original, boutique hotels New York, Palm Springs, Seattle, Portland

A bit modern, a bit bohemian, and with a penchant for organic, authentic, and unique design, Ace Hotels are re-imagining the American hotel in New York, Palm Springs, Seattle, and Portland.

Ace Hotel

Commune Design

Collaborative design collective Los Angeles, California

Commune is a collective that enhances life through design. Whether it's an office or hotel, retail environment, restaurant, residence, packaging, corporate identity, or website, they approach projects holistically, creatively, and unconventionally.

Commune Design

Heather Moore

Illustrator & designer Cape Town, South Africa

Heather Moore

Locanda

Osteria & bar San Francisco, California

Locanda

Adam Silverman

Ceramic artist Glendale, California

Adam is gifted ceramic artist with a global following. Even more importantly, he’s a good friend who helped us become everything we are today. He helped us start our LA showroom and, as Clay Studio Director in LA, set the creative direction for our work there by helping to curate beautiful shows and cultivate great friendships.

Adam Silverman

Leslie Williamson

Photographer San Francisco, California

Leslie Williamson

Paper Magazine

by Kim Hastreiter New York, New York

Paper Magazine

Alabama Chanin

Apparel & accessories designer/maker Florence, Alabama

With a focus on sustainability, Alabama Chanin creates limited-edition products for the individual and the home. Using a combination of new, organic, and recycled materials, everything is handmade by artisans living in and around Florence, Alabama.

Alabama Chanin

Mercado

Mexican cuisine Los Angeles, California

Mercado

Tar & Roses

Small and large plates Santa Monica, California

Tar & Roses

Arion Press

Fine art books San Francisco, California

Arion Press

Roger Herman

Artist Los Angeles, California

Roger Herman

Edward Wohl

Master woodworker Ridgeway, Wisconsin

Edward Wohl

Free City Shop

Shop & gathering place Hollywood, California

Free City Shop

Geoff McFetridge

Multidisciplinary artist Los Angeles, California

Geoff McFetridge

TWBTA

Architects Tod Williams & Billie Tsien New York, New York

In their own words: “[Architecture's] foundation lies in believing that it is possible to make places on the earth that can give a sense of grace to life-and believing that that matters.”

TWBTA

MAC

Modern Appealing Clothing San Francisco, California

Since 1980 MAC—Modern Appealing Clothing—has been selling bright new clothing ideas to the most stylish of customers. Founded by Jeri, Chris and Ben Ospital, in a small Post Street space, it has grown to two locations, and now includes objects for hearth and home.

MAC

Carla Fernández

Activist and designer Mexico City, Mexico

Carla Fernández

Skid Row Housing

Residences for homeless Los Angeles, California

Skid Row Housing

Brendan Monroe

Artist Oakland, CA

Brendan Monroe

Do Lectures

Inspiring lecture series Wales, UK

Do Lectures

Chez Panisse

Alice Waters Berkeley, California

Chez Panisse was founded in 1971 by Alice Waters and friends. Alice and her partners try to do things the way they would like them done at a dinner party at home, with generosity and attention to detail. The menu is designed to be appropriate to the season and features the finest sustainably-sourced, organic, and seasonal ingredients including meat, fish, and poultry.

In 2006 Heath Ceramics developed a line of dinnerware for Chez Panisse in collaboration with Alice Waters.

Chez Panisse

Akio Nukaga

Ceramic artist Kasama, Japan

Japanese master potter Akio Nukaga creates one-of-a-kind, hand-thrown traditional pottery. Employing the 200-year-old tradition of "Kasama" (a region in Japan known for its rich ceramic history), Nukaga's work exudes a sense of warmth, while remaining clean and contemporary.

Akio Nukaga

Amtrak

American railroad Nationwide

Amtrak

Ani Kasten

Ceramic artist Brentwood, Maryland

Ani Kasten

Fluid & C41 Media

Production Company & Editorial New York, NY

Heath Video Credits

Director  Pete Sillen
Producer  Brendan Doyle
Editor  Zeke OʼDonnell
Colorist  Brenden Beecy
Production Company  C41 Media Corp
Editoral Fluid 

Music  Michael Charles Smith
Melodies for Wooden Children “Firemares”
Melodies for Wooden Children “An Answer"

Fluid & C41 Media

Method

Experience design firm San Francisco, California

Method

S. Stein Designs

Exceptional workbags Santa Fe, New Mexico

S. Stein Designs

Stan Bitters

Ceramic sculptor Fresno, California

Stan Bitters

Volume Inc.

Design fim San Francisco, California

Volume Inc.

Garza Marfa

Texas-inspired furniture Marfa, Texas

Garza Marfa

Small Trade Co

Multi-disciplinary studio San Francisco, California

Small Trade Company is a meditation on making. They are collaborators with individuals near and far. Their materials represent the spirit and story of the maker and a deep appreciation for something to keep and inherit.

Small Trade Co

SOS Texas

Organic Cotton Samnorwood, Texas

SOS Texas

La Fleuriste

Unique floral design Bay Area, California

La Fleuriste

Yellow Building

1859 barn-turned-shop destination San Francisco, California

Opened in March of 2011, the aptly named Yellow Building houses Piccino Café and Restaurant, DIG wine shop and MAC (aka Modern Appealing Clothing) under one roof in San Francisco’s Dogpatch neighborhood.

Yellow Building

Blue Bottle Coffee

Organic microroasters San Francisco, California

Blue Bottle Coffee

Edible Schoolyard

Educational garden Berkeley, California

Edible Schoolyard

Peace Industry

Handmade felt rugs San Francisco, California

Peace Industry

Cowgirl Creamery

Artisan organic cheese Pt. Reyes, California

Cowgirl Creamery

Cavallo Point

Luxury lodge Sausalito, California

Cavallo Point

Henrybuilt & Viola Park

Fresh, modern kitchens Nationwide

Henrybuilt and its sister company, Viola Park offer a fresh approach to the design, making, and assembling of the modern American kitchen.

They kindly donated Heath's event kitchen at the Sausalito Factory & Showroom. Come check it out.

Henrybuilt & Viola Park

Esque Studio

Glassware design Portland, Oregon

Esque Studio

Anthology Magazine

by Anh-Minh Le San Francisco, California

Anthology Magazine

A Day in May

Graphic design studio San Francisco, California

A Day in May

Handful of Salt

DesignCraft magazine Global

Handful of Salt

House Industries

Prolific font foundry Yorklyn, Delaware

House Industries fonts scream from billboards, wish happy whatever from tens of thousands of greeting cards, serve as the basis for consumer product logos and add elements of style to a wide range of mainstream media.

In 2010, Heath and House Industries collaborated to design, develop, and produce Heath House Numbers in House Industry's Eames and Neutra fonts.

House Industries

Pacific Community Ventures

Socially responsible business advising Bay Area, California

Pacific Community Ventures creates jobs and economic opportunity in low-income communities through the direct support of small businesses, as well as by advocating for systemic change to increase investment in these vulnerable communities.

PCV has provided resources and assistance throughout our expansion to Los Angeles and San Francisco.

Pacific Community Ventures