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Digital Subscriptions > Newsweek International > 3rd March 2017 > Dream Weave Jessica Macias, co-founder of Maison Numen, finds the pattern in things

Dream Weave Jessica Macias, co-founder of Maison Numen, finds the pattern in things


Many modern retailers look beyond the strictly parochial for their stock, but Maison Numen is more outward-looking than most. The emphasis at this Floridabased online store—co-founded in 2016 by Jessica Macias with her fellow Venezuelan Ana Caufman— is on collectible, artisan-made homeware sourced from across the globe, with a design grounded in the culture it’s made in. That doesn’t mean unsophisticated, though, as Macias’s taste favors a graphic clarity with a contemporary aesthetic. The three pieces she chose to discuss with me are typical: Whether from Europe or the Amazon, they’re complex, elegant and redolent of a particular place but with an appeal that crosses borders.

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