We are a creative studio specializing in the design, construction, and sale of homes and furniture that are affordable, efficient, sustainable, and modern in concept, form, and construction methodology. While the output of the office is typically focused on developing in-house speculative projects, we are open to discussing commissions for private projects.
Approach and Methodology
Modernist principles are employed as the basis for the design process. These principles provide an armature for framing, and then solving, design problems through the utilization of modern materials and methods within a conceptual framework. We strongly believe that these principles, first developed during the early twentieth century, can still be employed today to produce fresh, vital work that is compelling, comfortable, economical, beautiful, sensitive to the environment, and resolutely of its time.
The studio operates under the direction of principal Aaron D’Innocenzo. Aaron holds a Master of Architecture degree from Harvard University Graduate School of Design, as well as a Bachelor of Arts degree. Aaron has spent a lifetime researching, designing, and building a wide variety of artifacts. His work has been displayed at the Cooper-Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum and is held in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.