Our Where I Work column takes us inside not only a designer’s workspace, but in their mind. These renowned creatives give us a look into their world through images and by answering all of our burning questions. Take a look as we go back through the archives of 2015 to see where all the magic happened.
Where I Work: Jon Sherman of Flavor Paper
We got to explore the Brooklyn-based studios of the color splattered and incredibly creative world of wallpaper darlings, Flavor Paper.
Where I Work: Sebastian Herkner
See where young, influential, German designer Sebastian Herkner makes it all happen as we tour his workspace and talk to him about his process.
Where I Work: Morten Bo Jensen of Vipp
Vipp’s Chief Designer Morten Bo Jensen gave us a look into their Copenhagen offices where they make it all happen.
Where I Work: Gabriele Chiave of Marcel Wanders Studio
The incredibly busy art aficionado and jazz lover Gabriele Chiave gave us a look into the world of the Marcel Wanders Studio.
Where I Work: Nina Bruun of Muuto
Copenhagen-based Nina Bruun works for revered Danish design company Muuto and she shared with us her workspace and her way of working.
Where I Work: Ghislaine & Jaime Viñas
We took a look at the live/work loft of creative partners Ghislaine and Jaime Viñas in New York City’s TriBeCa neighborhood.
Where I Work: Robert Bronwasser
Have a look as designer Robert Bronwasser, formerly of SMOOL, where he shared a slice of his daily work life and surroundings.
Where I Work: Adam Rogers of Thos. Moser
Director of Design and Product Development, Adam Rogers, gave us an inside look at where the pieces are designed and developed.
Where I Work: Lionel Jadot
Earlier we learned more about designer and architect Lionel Jadot from his Friday Five and then the multi-hyphenate gave us an inside look at his workspace.
Where I Work: Marcio Kogan of Studio MK27
We spoke with influential Brazilian architect Marcio Kogan, of Studio MK27, to get an idea of how he works and where it all happens.
Where I Work: Karim Rashid
We visited Karim Rashid’s Hell’s Kitchen office in New York City to check out his workspace and to get a sense of his design process.