Edgar Blazona brings more than 16 years of furniture design and manufacturing experience to TrueModern. His deep knowledge of manufacturing, understanding ofMaterials and the modernist aesthetic are the driving force behind TrueModern. Edgar has held senior design and creative positions at William Sonoma, Modular Dwellings, Thinc and the design firm "1994". Praised for its clean lines and impeccable workmanship, Edgar's work has been showcased in galleries, hotels and private collections worldwide including Sweden's Ice Hotel, San Francisco's Limn Gallery and Bergamont Station Arts Center in Los Angeles. Edgar and his designs have been featured in Vogue, Dwell, Paper, Ready Made and Metropolitan Home. In 2003, Edgar joined Thinc, a design firm specializing in consumer products for large retailers, to launch its furniture and hard goods division. Under Edgar's direction as Vice President and Creative Director, Thinc designed major collections for Target, Home Depot, Sears, Walmart, Office Max and Office Depot. By spending much of his time traveling back and forth abroad, he managed the process from design to the finished product in stores today. Prior to joining Thinc, Edgar worked in the product development division at Pottery Barn, where he contributed to design, manufacturing and quality control across several brands including Pottery Barn Kids and Pottery Barn Teen. It was through his work with William Sonoma's manufacturing matrix that Edgar gained a deep understanding of the relationship between design and the manufacturing process that underscores his work today. Edgar cemented his reputation within the modernist design community with the launch of Modular Dwellings, custom, mobile, prefabricated dwellings that elegantly blend form and function for affordable modernist living. In 2004 Modular Dwellings was listed among Metropolitan Home magazine's Top 100 Designs of the year. In the early part of his career, Edgar co-founded "1994", a modernist design firm praised for its clean aesthetic, craftsmanship and accessibility.
|Product Type: Changing table||Material: Wood|
|Removable Changing Tray: Yes||Drawers Included: Yes|
|Country of Manufacture: United States|
Questions & Answers
True Modern 11-Ply Changing Dresser
Not the highest quality
Marlo from Denver, CO– Verified Buyer
For the price, I wouldn't buy it again. If I had seen it in a store, I would not have purchased. I do like the design, and aesthetically it looks great in the room. I like the leg design, and the drawers without pulls. I feel it looks very midcentury. It's just the quality of it I'm not happy with. The piece arrives in a box assembled except for the legs - no problem to put them on. All the drawers were mis aligned and had to be removed, somewhat forceably and put back in. Now they work fine. But, for example, there are no soft close features with this dresser. It's very plywood inside the drawers, the stacked birch does not feel substantial in any way. I told my husband it cost 13 the price, and he said it was cheap, but looked ok. Basically, I agree. Too bad it was so darn expensive!! (For what you get) We have a Nursery Works set that is beautiful and much higher quality.