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Sometimes the best spot in town is your very own bed. Celebrate your love of place with these hand-stitched quilted maps. Made of 100% superfine cotton, these luxe queen-sized blankets fit full to king-sized beds. The lovely folks at Brooklyn-based Haptic Lab partnered with a certified fair labor group in India, where the City Quilts are completely hand-stiched. Crafty as they are, these beautiful ivory-colored quilts are also elegant, the details subtly stitched in warm brown cotton thread. Machine washable in cold water. Each city is available in limited quantities. A fantastic heirloom keepsake for a wedding or anniversary gift, or for hopeless romantics who wish they could be there...
NOTE: Angelenos, the L.A. map covers from Studio City to Echo Park, Santa Monica to Marina Del Rey
“Haptic refers to the sense of touch, and everything I design is motivated by a deep understanding of that sense," says Brooklyn-based Emily Fischer, the founder of Haptic Lab design studio. Hence her signature handcrafted Sailing Ship Kite that was years in the making. “What fascinates me is that the haptic sense is the only sense mechanism that can be extended,” she continues. “Kites allow us to experience the sense of flying. When you hold the end of a kite line and the kite swoops and dives through the air, your body internalizes that motion.”
At the other end of the spectrum, Haptic Labs comes down to earth with a series of standout quilted map blankets that embody both Emily’s crafts-based aesthetic and her former practice as an architect. Uniting all is the studio’s unceasing regard for producing goods in an ethical and sustainable manner. And always, for her, evidence of the human touch: “I love the idiosyncratic beauty of handmade things.”