William Richmond-Watson, owner and COO of Watson & Company, gives us a tour of the company's NYC space and a view into how he runs it all.
Where I Work
After visiting with 12 designers this year to see their space and process, we're revisiting everyone we featured in our Where I Work column.…
From metalworker to paper artist, Zai Divecha takes us inside her San Francisco studio to see her process.
We head to sunny Costa Mesa, CA, to the Sean Woolsey Studio to explore the relatively new space and to see how things work..
We visit Daniel Arsham to see how and where he makes it all happen, including the work from his latest exhibition, 3018.
We land in LA at the offices of HOK to visit Anne Fletcher to see how and where she gets it all done.
Design firm Hufft's principal and co-founder, Matthew Hufft, shows us around his office gives us some insight into how he works.
Sarah Yarborough, co-founder behind Raleigh Denim Workshop, takes us inside the brand's workshop and shares a bit about how she works.
The Dutch designers behind Kiki & Joost sit down to share a look inside their eclectic studio as well as a glimpse into how they work.
Thomas Lykke, founding partner, creative director, and head of design at OEO Studio, shares his studio and insight into his work process.
Cristian Zuzunaga gives us a look at his work style, his workspaces, and some of his work, in this month's Where I Work.
We visit the Brooklyn studio of Rebecca Atwood, an artist and designer with an ever-growing arsenal of dreamy textiles, wallpapers, & more.
Hans Bølling lets us into his workshop within the Brdr. Krüger's offices for a look at his surroundings and his work style.
We look back at the incredible designers that opened the doors to their offices and minds in our Where I Work column in 2017.