Workstead: Interiors of Beauty and Necessity

Workstead: Interiors of Beauty and Necessity

Workstead: Interiors of Beauty and Necessity

Workstead: Interiors of Beauty and Necessity


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Brooklyn-based design studio Workstead masterfully combines traditional inspiration with contemporary elegance.

Workstead designs one-of-a-kind interiors and pieces that balance beauty with necessity, and this book presents a special blend of their tour-de-force historic renovations and innovative yet elegant new constructions. Over the past decade, the multidisciplinary design firm has earned rapid and wide acclaim for both their residential interiors as well as for larger-scale projects, such as the Wythe Hotel in Brooklyn and the Rivertown Lodge in Hudson, New York. In all their projects, Workstead considers both clients and community, working with local artisans to create meticulously crafted modern interiors, architecture, and furniture designs inflected by history.

As T: The New York Times Style Magazine put it, Workstead “are known as sophisticated pack rats who surround themselves with objects that have a story to tell,” and described their collective design philosophy as “a cozy, updated version of early Americana, with wood plank floors and a mix of vintage and refined custom-built furniture pieces that are almost Scandinavian in their restraint.”

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780847870912
Publisher: Rizzoli
Publication date: 10/12/2021
Pages: 240
Sales rank: 220,767
Product dimensions: 10.30(w) x 11.30(h) x 1.10(d)

About the Author

Workstead is a multidisciplinary studio celebrated by the AD100 as a global leader in design. They create one-of-a-kind buildings and interiors in their Brooklyn, NY office and lighting design in their Salisbury, CT studio.

David Sokol is a New York–based writer and editor specializing in architecture and design. He contributes regularly to Architectural Record, Cultured, Dwell, and other publications, and is the author of Hudson Modern.
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