At the core, The Process Collective exists to collaborate with a range of skilled craftsmen and artisans in an effort to accurately represent and replicate on film, the process and design progression of each respective final product. In its latest feature, the filmmakers turn their lens upon Stephen Kenn, an impassioned Los Angeles-based furniture designer. Honing in on a variety of heritage and utilitarian elements from former eras, Kenn’s furniture label, “Inheritance Collection” as it has been aptly titled, gives nod to both the tangible goods and intangible lifestyle influences that he believes have played an integral role in shaping our current generation’s way of life. Foregoing the inclusion of details that serve no inherent hereditary value, Kenn’s design process takes into account the specific role of every single functional and aesthetic element of his custom-made couches. This penchant for perfection and quality, coupled with the unique vision of The Process Collective showcases a well-versed, and well-intentioned side of the Inheritance Collection in the latest short film.