Pinky Wings

Wings in flight.

Commercial Spaces

Our user-centered approach to design allows us to understand details and experiences that are often overlooked.


This exhibition highlighted stories from NoHo and the East Village through neighborhood relics.

Past. Present. Future.

Give a present with a past

Asian Skateboard

What happens when someone designs a product for a demographic they know nothing about?

Watershed School

A design/build project and teaching opportunity in Camden, Maine.


Simply put, this system uses fish waste to fertilize herbs and vegetables.

NYC Merit Badges

NYC Merit Badges document daily milestones in a city we love to endure. Wear them with pride; you’ve earned them.

Medical Research

New medical tools which transform the mundane and feared into more artful daily rituals.


This baby incubator aims to take advantage of a local resource in developing countries: Toyota truck parts and the knowledge of auto mechanics.

Residential Spaces

There are few shared dreams in the world today: happiness, meaningful work, and a place to call home are a few that we can think of.


We make objects ranging from wooden boats, to robots, to cookware, to jewelry.


Seven-Day Pill Cassette

Unlike its disposable predecessor, this pillbox is something to hold onto, an object to cherish over time.

On-site Research

When it comes to research, there are few substitutes for first-hand observations.


We think best when surrounded by tools and pads of paper.


We are a team with skills to share.


An on-going project to design walking aids which increase mobility and which look and feel like beautiful objects.


Our background includes traditional wooden boatbuilding and high-end production cabinetmaking. We make furniture that lasts.

Sugar Glass

This glass is better when broken.


Skip the roses, go right for the thorns.