Last Night: Tina FreyWhat did the San Francisco–based designer do with her evening?

Last Night: Tina FreyWhat did the San Francisco–based designer do with her evening?

  • Words Bella Gladman
  • Photograph Justin Chung

Tina Frey has been making functional sculptural objects for 15 years. After stepping away from a career in finance, she started by making a line of hand-sculptured resin bowls and has expanded the collection from there.1 Here, she talks about finding a slower pace of life post-pandemic. 

Bella Gladman: What did you do last night?

Tina Frey: I was on a plane returning from the Hamptons, having checked out our forthcoming pop-up site, and finally seeing my pieces in situ at a hotel project called Shou Sugi Ban House, whose mindfulness philosophy resonates with me. Once we got back from the airport, we picked up our dog from the dog-sitters, unpacked, settled and fell dead asleep. Up until COVID-19, I traveled internationally at least once a month. I’ve since realized I really enjoy sta...

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