Matt Carr was born in Ottawa, Canada, Matt Carr first sparked his passion for design interning at Douglas Cardinal Architects. Receiving an "All-Canadian Academic" award for scholastic and varsity achievements at Humber College School of Industrial Design, Matt has been working with Umbra since his second year of Post-Secondary education. Subtle design detail, style references and the reinvention of traditional objects distinguish his signature designs. Recent inspirations include mixing cross-cultural orientations, while simultaneously fusing new technology and natural materials in intriguing compositions.
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Questions & Answers
Umbra Little Dress Scarf Organizer
Deidra from Bronx, NY– Verified Buyer
Perfect for all kinds of scarves, from thin scarves to pashminas and knits
Cindy from Vancouver, WA– Verified Buyer
I have been acquiring a lot of scarfs and neck-ware for quite sometime. I went to HSN and typed in Scarf Organizers and as I looked at a lot of different models, I was immediately struck with this Little Black Dress Organizer. I liked the dimensions and the look of it. The ease of it being on a "hanger" and the fun shape of it. The price was a nice surprise as well. A girlfriend was with me when the box was opened and we both loved it right away. I went and got my box of scarfs and started to fill it up. The number of scarfs it holds, the sturdiness, even the classiness of the look is all very stylish. I have and will continue to recommend this product to anyone who enjoys wearing scarfs, but doesn't due to not enough holder for the scarfs. Purchase this item and you will never regret it or send it back. You may want to buy another one just so you can have more scarfs, or neck-ware.
The U+ Studio Collection, which offers a range of sophisticated aesthetics from raw to sleek, can be found exclusively at contemporary design retail specialists.
Umbra began in 1979, when boyhood friends, Paul Rowan and Les Mandelbaum joined forces to create exciting, everyday products that alter the overall aesthetic of a home, beginning with a printed window shade unlike anything then in the market ("umbra" means shade in latin).
Twenty-five years later, Umbra's award-winning design team - 22 men and women from all over the world and notable outside product designers, all under Paul Rowan's direction - remains the heart and soul of the company. Its offices worldwide now house more than 450 people.