DESIGN: Workstead, the material strength
Workstead is a studio of interior architecture and design whose work is oriented towards spaces and objects that are both functional and emblematic. Especially known for the design of hotels whose reputation is firmly established - the Dewberry in Charleston, the Wythe Hotel in Brooklyn, etc - Workstead has also completed a collection of fixtures and furniture that will leave you speechless...
Based in Brooklyn and Charleston in the United States, Workstead is at the origin of a characteristic design of The New American Wave, and is part of this generation of studios in Brooklyn which give meaning to materiality by creating genuine and authentic objects, and directly inspired by craftmanship. Their work is clean, the balance is well found between a formal envelope and at the same time close to the trends of today and tomorrow. Their collection is timeless, able to adapt to a retro, modern or contemporary architecture, thanks to the use of natural materials which one can not get tired of.
Continually demonstrating their interest in usefulness, Workstead has developed allegorical luminaires, worthy representatives of what is currently expected of the luminous function: simplicity and efficiency.
At Workstead, the search for the raw but perfect form is no less a luxurious dimension in the creation of their products. Indeed, the strength of their collection probably lies in the fact that the studio claims a holistic approach to design, where the form and the material strength must form a whole. To the elegant and original woods of oak, ash and walnut, they voluntarily associate refined and sophisticated metals and milks, in order to give depth to their work and to give each room a strong and emblematic position.
Reinforcing the meaning of the places and objects that surround us in a quest for authenticity, the work of Workstead is without any doubts the value to add to each project...
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