Evidence & Remains | November 15, 6−9 pm

Patrick Keesey & David Weeks November 15, 2017−December 15, 2017 David Weeks Studio is pleased to present Evidence & Remains, a dual exhibition featuring Patrick Keesey & David Weeks on view at 38 Walker Street from November 15−December 15, 2017. There will be an opening reception on Wednesday, November 15, 6−9 pm. rsvp@davidweeksstudio.com The opening reception…

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The Waaw Collection Preview: May 18th 6 – 9pm

The Waaw Collection - Amaca

The Waaw collection, a line of woven furniture and pendant lighting. The collection is designed by David Weeks Studio and produced in collaboration with Senegalese artist and designer Abdou Salam Gaye in Dakar, Senegal. The furniture and lighting are hand-woven in a traditional weaving method with nylon cord locally sourced from the city’s market. The construction…

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Ateliers Pinton & David Weeks Studio at WantedDesign Brooklyn

David Weeks Studio was paired with the historic tapestry weaver Ateliers Pinton as part of the Transatlantic Creative Exchange, a special exhibition curated by  WantedDesign. The exhibit pairs designers and manufacturers from France and the U.S. On View – L’âge des Perceptions Erronées May 17-23rd 11am-6pm WantedDesign Brooklyn at Industry City 238 36th Street Brooklyn, NY…

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Mpowerd & David Weeks Studio at the Guggenheim Museum Store

After an unexpected melding of the two companies products through a collaboration for a Kids of Kathmandu benefit auction, Mpowerd and David Weeks Studio have taken the next step. Together they have created an elegant outdoor solar powered LED chandelier, an idea that has been in sketch form at David Weeks Studio, just waiting for the perfect development opportunity. It is currently on display at…

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Limited Editions, Experimental Designs, and Artist’s Proofs

We have started to host a series of rotating installations at our storefront featuring limited editions, experimental designs and artist’s proofs. Lapa and Satellite (shown here) are the first fixtures to debut here in the series. These pieces will be offered for a limited time, are available for immediate delivery, and are exclusive to our storefront…

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Wall Mounts Now Offered in Natural Walnut and Natural Maple

New wall mount options are now available for the No. 202 One Arm Sconce and No. 203 Two Arm Sconce. As shown above, the wall mounts are now offered in Natural Walnut and Natural Maple. Please contact sales@davidweeksstudio.com or call 212.966.3433 for more information. No. 202 One Arm Sconce in brushed brass with black satin…

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Behind the Scenes: Prototyping

Category: Toys. Idea: Folding spherical animal. Inspiration: Crab. In the workshop, David and the team began with a smooth wooden sphere and chopped it up into subsections (parts and limbs). It proved challenging to work with a round object versus cubic objects. Ultimately, the perfect shapes were made of the mother sphere, and from there…

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David Featured in Design Milk’s Friday Five

David is no stranger to the digital “pages” of Design Milk, as he has been at the forefront of modern product design since opening his eponymous studio in 1996. From bold lighting to angular furniture to imaginative wooden toys, he continues to expand his repertoire of sculptural goods that no doubt double as art. Besides designing, he opened a storefront…

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New Studio Partners

New Studio Partners

  Find more information on these and our other partner showrooms, or on becoming a partner, here.  

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A Podcast About Design

Clever Podcast chose David as the subject for its episode 12. Have a listen for insight into David’s growing up in the South, making the move to NYC, and the importance of curiosity and tactility in an increasingly virtual world. Tune in for the sibling-like banter between David and his hosts – design veteran Amy Devers and Jamie Derringer of Design…

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