Created by Heather Pando in 2010, Little World Design is one of the most respected custom contemporary design companies in the Los Angeles area
Little World Design (LWD) is a design and production company specializing in unique products, fusing natural objects with textile, natural and man-made media, effectively blending the outdoor and inside worlds. We collaborate with interior designers, artists and independent clients to bring their visions into fruition. Our portfolio exhibits custom-tailored pieces to illustrate the wide breadth of possibility available to you.
“…the aim to design pieces that collapse the gap between dream and reality…”
Little World Design is committed to creating contemporary pieces that are new, edgy, and thought-provoking. With the aim to design pieces that collapse the gap between dream and reality, these one-of-a-kind creations complete any commercial space, personal art collection, or unified event platform. Having already gained a strong following with some of the entertainment and art industry's most influential tastemakers, Little World Design's custom creations can be seen around the globe.
Located in South Pasadena, California, Little World Design has gained recognition for its handcrafted botanical sculptures. Touted as “whimsical and slightly macabre” (Bizbash January/ February 2012) LWD has a strong presence in Los Angeles, and New York and has done special events and installments internationally. LWD’s pieces can be purchased through this website directly or at the following: Susan Manrao Design, ROSEARK, TWENTIETH , Lori Graham Design, and Vanillawood. Commissions can be shipped or installed per customers requirements.
Heather Scheid Pando grew up in rural Wisconsin and spent much of her childhood running wild in the great outdoors. This early exposure to all things natural, in addition to a degree in theatre/biology and an interior decorator mother was the catalyst for her creative vision and ultimately what fueled her fire to found Little World Design. After years of working as creative director with Krislyn Meyer-Komorav, Heather became owner and art director of LWD. Heather finds organic forms compelling, inspiring and uplifting, her objects d’art aim to blend the surreal with the natural.