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

On-site Research

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


We are a team with skills to share.


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


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


Watershed School

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


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


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

Commercial Spaces

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


Skip the roses, go right for the thorns.

Asian Skateboard

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

Medical Research

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

Past. Present. Future.

Give a present with a past

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.


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

NYC Merit Badges

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

Sugar Glass

This glass is better when broken.


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

Seven-Day Pill Cassette

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

Pinky Wings

Wings in flight.