Here, we ask designers to take a selfie and give us an inside look at their life.
Studio location: Brooklyn.
Describe what you make: Three-dimensional colors in furniture forms.
The most important thing you’ve designed to date: I designed my studio process to have unlimited room to experiment and explore with my chosen materials which I’m thankful for every time I want to make something new.
Describe the problem your work solves: How to illuminate an object by trapping surrounding light.
Describe the project you are working on now: I recently created a new collection for Tuleste Factory at Design Miami/ that debuted last week.
A new or forthcoming project we should know about: An exciting commercial retail project involving a large scale cash wrap… confidential for now, but will be complete by Feb. 2022.
What you absolutely must have in your studio: Pressure. I can’t function without it.
What you do when you’re not working: I don’t really have a barrier except for in the studio or not, but enjoying other art forms as much as possible, performance of all kinds, art, sculpture, more design, talking about all things surrounding and including work.
Sources of creative envy: When heavily engineered objects are beautiful as a byproduct. Person? James Turrell.
The distraction you want to eliminate: Emails and texts.
Concrete or marble? Marble.
High-rise or townhouse? Townhouse
Remember or forget? Remember.
Aliens or ghosts? Ghosts.
Dark or light? Light.