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Design Talk: The Making of the G&G Offices

On August 25, Garden & Gun and LEE Industries hosted a morning at the G&G offices in the historic Cigar Factory, where guests had the chance to tour the space and get an inside look into its creation. G&G style director Haskell Harris and architect David Thompson held an engaging discussion about its transformation from a historic factory into what is now a work space that epitomizes the G&G brand. Throughout the morning, LEE Industries held an interactive upholstery demonstration with artisan Rodney Bumgarner.

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David Thompson

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LEE Industries’ Bondi Coley with the morning’s talent, G&G style director Haskell Harris and architect David Thompson.

photo: Cameron Wilder

A peek into the creative spaces throughout the Garden & Gun headquarters.

photo: Maggie Armstrong

Guests get to experience firsthand the fun elements that are incorporated into the design of the office space.

photo: Cameron Wilder

A full Bloody Mary bar—complete with Cathead Vodka—complements the design talk in G&G fashion.

photo: Cameron Wilder

Furniture by LEE Industries can be found throughout the entire office space.

photo: Maggie Armstrong

Before the discussion, guests are encouraged to take self-guided tours of the space.

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LEE Industries’ Mary Covington chats with G&G’s Haskell Harris before the talk begins.

photo: Maggie Armstrong

The office space intentionally features playful elements such as this Ping-Pong table made by a Southern artisan.

photo: Maggie Armstrong

During the discussion, David Thompson and Haskell Harris take guests through the transformation process of the Garden & Gun offices—from the first phases of demolition to the intentionally selected fabrics and Southern-made elements.

photo: Cameron Wilder

Ashley Harris—the lucky winner of the event’s giveaway—poses with her new LEE Industries leather chair.

photo: Cameron Wilder

LEE Industries’ Rodney Bumgarner takes guests through the upholstery process of a signature club chair.

photo: Maggie Armstrong

G&G welcomes the local team of GDC Home into the offices for the event.

photo: Cameron Wilder

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