Cristian Zuzunaga gives us a look at his work style, his workspaces, and some of his work, in this month's Where I Work.
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.
We decided to explore artist Kate Banazi's workspace in Sydney to see her art studio and a little bit of her process.
Uhuru Design, co-founded by Bill Hilgendorf and Jason Horvath, shares insight into their creative processes in this Where I Work.
Zoë Pawlak's personality shines in her vibrant work and in this Where I Work, we get a glimpse into her colorful world and work process.
We virtually visit two European cities, Stockholm and Venice, to get a sense of how Luca Nichetto works.
We venture to Brooklyn's DUMBO neighborhood to the relatively new offices of West Elm Workspace, where VP of Design Paulo Kos works.
Benjamin Hubert of LAYER takes us through his new space to get a sense of how he and his team of creatives make it all happen.
Aaron Edwards takes us through his work days, creative processes, and the design behind The Charles' NYC offices.
PELLE moved their showroom and offices from Brooklyn to Manhattan's Flatiron neighborhood into a light-filled, gallery-like space.
For this Where I Work, we head to Portland, Oregon to meet Leela Brightenburg, CEO of interior design firm bright designlab.
For this Where I Work, GABRIEL SCOTT shares their work styles along with a look at both their studio and showroom.