Jambosco is based in northern Indiana, a land abounding in corn fields and RV factories, where you might park your car next to an Amish buggy at the grocery store, or get invited to your neighbor's quinceanera party.  The vibrancy of contrasting cultural ways pushes us to reconsider the well-trod paths of convention. 

Style-wise, the dominant influence for Jambosco is mid-century modernism.  All pieces are American-made by craftsmen in northern Indiana.

James Loewen is the founder of Jambosco.  Born in the Congo and raised on several continents, he studied industrial design in Milan Italy, has designed furniture and other objects for many years, and now lives in Goshen Indiana.