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Crate and Barrel Upholstery Sale 15% off The Annual Crate and Barrel Upholstery Sale
12-month special financing*
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20% off Open Stock
Calphalon Contemporary Cookware 20% off Calphalon Contemporary Cookware
$50 off
All-Clad 6.5 qt. Slow Cooker $50 off All-Clad 6.5 qt. Slow Cooker
15% off The Annual
Crate and Barrel Upholstery Sale 15% off The Annual Crate and Barrel Upholstery Sale
12-month special financing*
Crate and Barrel Credit Card. Apply 12-month special financing offer
20% off Open Stock
Calphalon Contemporary Cookware 20% off Calphalon Contemporary Cookware
$50 off
All-Clad 6.5 qt. Slow Cooker $50 off All-Clad 6.5 qt. Slow Cooker
15% off The Annual
Crate and Barrel Upholstery Sale 15% off The Annual Crate and Barrel Upholstery Sale
12-month special financing*
Crate and Barrel Credit Card. Apply 12-month special financing offer
20% off Open Stock
Calphalon Contemporary Cookware 20% off Calphalon Contemporary Cookware
$50 off
All-Clad 6.5 qt. Slow Cooker $50 off All-Clad 6.5 qt. Slow Cooker

Anna Lisa Sigmarsdottir

Anna Lísa Sigmarsdóttir

United States

Born in Reykjavik, Iceland, industrial designer Anna Lísa Sigmarsdóttir now calls San Franscisco home. Her studies at California College of Arts and Crafts brought her to the city by the bay, where she earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1997. From her home studio overlooking downtown, she creates objects that combine the clean lines of Scandinavian design with the casual ease of California, favoring simple shapes and practical function. That approach won Sigmarsdóttir and her husband a commission to design a public drinking fountain in her hometown of Reykjavik, which was chosen for production and unveiled in 2000.

Sigmarsdóttir enjoys creating beautiful, lasting objects from natural materials, such as wood, clay and glass. Her work is particularly "inspired by traveling to new places, meeting people and seeing how they live and the things they make."

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