Who we work with is important.

Barbican Trolley

Cleo Chair (2020), Stine Aas (Bergen, Norway).

Design cannot help but express, we think, our values. Like any artistic medium, design evolves to mirror the social and political currents of its time. As age-old biases against women, people of color and the disparate “other” recede haltingly, Dims. has tasked itself with seeking out fresh, diverse voices in design, and championing their work to a broad audience.

Learn about our global cohort of designers here.

Cleo Chair
Barbican Trolley

We want the future of design to look different from its past.

In the face of fast imitation with little consideration for quality of life, we focus on the lasting, primary needs of our partners and customers.

Our work is intended to effectuate change — breaking patterns where useful, while composing a mosaic that is generous and celebratory.

Browse our offerings here.

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Eave Desk
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Word Table Light (2020), Studio Word (Seoul, Korea).

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Eave Desk (2018), MSDS Studio (Toronto, Canada).

Caldera Coffee Table
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Caldera Coffee Table (2018), Kyuhyung Cho (Seoul, Korea) and John Astbury (Stockholm, Sweden).

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Word Table Light (2020), Studio Word (Seoul, Korea).

Word Table Light

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Eave Desk (2018), MSDS Studio (Toronto, Canada).

Eave Desk

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Caldera Coffee Table (2018), Kyuhyung Cho (Seoul, Korea) and John Astbury (Stockholm, Sweden).

Caldera Coffee Table

We are pragmatists turned idealists.

We founded Dims. in 2018 with the modest goal of offering “good design” at the fairest possible price. Since then, the support of our customers, partners and advisors has emboldened us to seek a future that is much more ambitious, eclectic and equitable.

We now imagine Dims. as a change agent beyond the bounds of our enterprise.

View our long-term goals here.