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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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TriBeCa Design Night & OTTO: Thursday, May 12

Join us on TriBeCa Design Night as we celebrate our twentieth anniversary with the introduction of OTTO, our eighth lighting collection. We will also be extending our hours for NYCxDesign: Saturday, May 14: 11am–5pm Sunday, May 15: 11am–5pm We’ll see you there!   

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David Weeks Studio + e15: Introducing MR B

In celebration of its 20th anniversary and two decades of their iconic wooden table BIGFOOT™, German design studio e15 approached our team to collaborate on an object inspired by the design of the table and made of similar materials.  Using the footprint of one table leg and the mythical creature as inspiration, we created our newest wooden…

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Introducing the TriBeCa Design District

As part of NYCxDesign 2015, Jean Lin of Colony and David Weeks Studio present the inaugural TriBeCa Design Night. TriBeCa Design District maps are available at area locations; also available online for reference. Tribeca Design Night arrives in tandem with new structural features and installations at our Studio. A collaborative workspace was recently integrated into the storefront design; the space is…

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One-Year Anniversary

In the fall of 2013, we opened our storefront at 38 Walker Street here in Tribeca. We’ve found this to be an amazing intersection of cultures and people, being just a few blocks away from Soho, Canal Street, the Financial District and Chinatown. To celebrate our one-year anniversary and the diverse community we’re thankful to be a…

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David Weeks featured on Designers & Books

Designers & Books publishes lists of books that esteemed members of the international design community identify as important, meaningful, and formative—books that have shaped their values, their worldview, and their ideas about design. Read on for Steve Kroeter’s insightful entry about David Weeks and his thoughts about “The Well-Written Sentence as an Act of Design”: Why…

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See ChangeNYC

See ChangeNYC works with a variety of leading designers and NEW, a job training program, to give old city furniture a new life. NEW’s trainees are all women learning skilled trades such as woodworking, carpentry and metal working, refurbishing furniture as guided by designers. Excerpt from the See ChangeNYC website about David’s recent project with…

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GlassLab

Every weekend from June 30th to July 29th, Governor’s Island plays host to GlassLab – a collaboration between The Corning Museum of Glass and Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum. This series of live experimental workshops shows a range of designers and glassmakers working together, giving the audience a live glimpse into the glassmaking process and its…

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