DOT DOT DOT was founded in Los Angeles, California in 2016 with the motive to create lifestyle objects and art that encompass contemporary and sophisticated living. Through our commitment to the design and production of products and art with an minimalist appeal, we strive to make good design accessible to the largest possible audience. Each of our products are designed with an architectural mindset, which we seek to implement innovation, durability and quality that provide added value for the user. DOT DOT DOT’s vision is to create minimal, aesthetic and sustainable design in cooperation with advanced technologies that are designed and fabricated locally.
About the Designers
Carmelia Chiang is a Macau licensed architect whose innovative work and academic contributions have received international recognition. She continues to periodically teach architectural design at Woodbury University as an adjunct faculty. Upon her graduating from Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) with distinction, she immediately began working with Pritzker Laureate Thom Mayne at Morphosis. Notable projects with Morphosis include Progressive Architecture Awards winning project, Hanking Center, Shenzhen, the tallest detached-core skyscraper in the world.
She was born in Macao, China and has lived and worked in multiple cities in the world including Macao, Tokyo, Lisbon and Los Angeles. Her multi-cultural background has played a huge role in her design and let her become flexible, adaptable and ambitious. Within the past five years, she has contributed to building and research in the field of architectural design and sustainable projects and received awards and recognition for visionary building designs, master plans, art installations, and exhibition.
Jeff Guiducci earned his BArch from the University of Kentucky, along with completing his MArch from the University of Kentucky. His studies of architecture also include some time at the University of Nebraska Lincoln and the Technical University of Delft, Netherlands.
Jeff is the founder of DEBRIS in Los Angeles, CA. which is a creative design fabrication lab which focuses on experimental
production and construction of avant-garde objects and architectural spaces. The experiments are done using both conventional
materials and unconventional materials which requires his wealth of knowledge in almost every area of design.
He has worked for architectural offices in Panama City, Panama (Hache Uva & SKETCH), Lexington, Kentucky (Guyon Architects)
and Los Angeles, California (P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S & wHY), etc. His background also includes the exploration of fabricating high end
furniture, which was acquired while working at WE Inc. and BlackmanCruz as designer and production manager.