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Find clothing by Henrik Vibskov, furniture from Artek and hard-to-find magazines at Table of Contents.

Started in 2008 by the multi-talented couple Shu Hung and Joseph Magliaro, Table of Contents began in Berlin as a series of short-lived experiments with street vending: They set up single tables in public locations around the city and presented objects for sale. TOC eventually began operating as a design studio with services including art direction, publication design, interior styling and branding. And an official shop finally opened up in Portland in September 2012.

Table of Contents
33 NW 4th Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97209
United States

  • Words:
    Joanna Han
  • Photography:
    Michael A. Muller
  • Words:
    Joanna Han
  • Photography:
    Michael A. Muller
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