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Workstead: Interiors of Belonging

Workstead: Interiors of Belonging

SKU: PRH-978-0-8478-9959-3

In Workstead: Interiors of Belonging -- Workstead's second monograph -- readers are guided through how the multi-disciplinary studio "consistently challenges the expectations of diners, travelers, and other guests while making them feel entirely at home." Interiors of Belonging also parts the curtain to reveal Workstead's design process—showing how genuine collaboration informs every step of a project's evolution.

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  • About

    Over the past decade, Brooklyn-based Workstead has earned wide acclaim for its signature residential projects, as well as larger-scale projects such as the Wythe Hotel in Brooklyn and the Rivertown Lodge in Hudson, New York. As their projects expand, Workstead’s design approach continues to feel very of the moment, rooted in an appreciation of craftsmanship, detail, and materiality.

    Known for their thoughtful approach to design, Workstead works with a network of skilled fabricators, collaborating with craftspeople and artists across all mediums to create customized interior design, lighting, and furniture. The resulting interiors feel homey and welcoming, spaces where we want to spend time, whether they’re a wine bar, a restaurant, or a great room of a hotel.

    Each of these interiors is crafted to make us feel at home, from the rows of bookshelves and inviting lighting to the cozy banquettes and displays of art and curios; these rooms upend the traditional notions of public and private space. Accompanied by thoughtful, descriptive texts, these interiors reward us with ideas and solutions for our own spaces and design challenges.

  • Author

    Workstead is a multidisciplinary studio celebrated by the AD100 as a global leader in design. They create one-of-a-kind buildings and interiors in their Brooklyn, NY office and lighting design in their Salisbury, CT studio.

    David Sokol is a New York–based writer and editor specializing in architecture and design. He contributes regularly to Architectural Record, Cultured, Dwell, and other publications, and is the author of Hudson Modern.

  • Specifications

    Author: Workstead

    Text by (art/photo books): David Sokol



    10.31"W x 11.29"H x 1.13"D   

    240 Pages 


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