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GERMANY - BROOKLYN - Stunning Sustainable Designs by Innovative Creator Susan Woods - Extensive Article with Stunning Designs in EYES IN Issue 9

| Jul 11 2011 | (08:00:22 - EDT)


Part of Aswoon™/Susan Woods Studio's philosophy is to create designs, artistic products and spaces, in a way that reduces use of non-renewable resources, minimizes environmental impact, and relates people with the natural environment.

For us, within the fields of industrial interior design, architecture and landscape architecture, "Green Design" is the art of developing ideas and, as a result, physical objects in compliance with the principles of economic, social, and, especially, ecological sustainability.

We consider "Green Design" a means of improving quality of life by using careful assessment and creativity to substitute less harmful materials and processes for conventional ones. Aswoon™/Susan Woods Studio is environmentally conscious. We reclaim and re-use materials, and continuously search for those which can be recycled and re-integrated into our artistic design lines.

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My studio, located in The Brooklyn Navy Yard, is fully equipped with tools for wood and metal working. From here I work with designers, art consultants, architects, small stores and galleries, mostly making one-of -a-kind objects, occasionally engaging in a small production. In order to fabricate many of the designs which come to me, I act as an advisor, for many of the ideas worked out on paper theoretically, are not necessarily correct for the intended material. Therefore, I have very close contact with my clients along the entire life of the project, making sure that all questions answered insure the success of the final object(s).

I tend, as a result, to have a very solid base of repeat clients. I particularily like making prototypes. To make an idea for a client realised successfully, is interesting, challenging, and creative for all sides. The interaction allows the original idea fruitation into life, making the result extremely saticfying to deliver. Stimulating work is a responsibility that I do not take lightly. My craftsmanship, dependant on a history of ability to solve difficult sculptural and painterly problems, grows stronger with positive growth which stretches my abilities on all levels. I am looking to have partnerships that lead to a collaborative progression, paving a way for intelligent efforts and discussion toward object-making. Thus in 2003, I established Aswoon, LLC.

BI Bench - designed and fabricated by Susan Woods

BI Bench - designed and fabricated by Susan Woods
photography
by Thomas Ernsing


Working Wave Seating designed and fabricated by Susan Woods

New Wave Line
Working Wave Seating designed and fabricated by Susan Woods
photography
by Ken Cox/kronus:photo

public seating, bent plywood furniture, metal - designed and fabricated by Susan Woods

New Wave Line
public seating, bent plywood furniture, metal - designed and fabricated by Susan Woods
photography
by Ken Cox/kronus:photo


Aswoon's™ Spring Screen Lounge Chair consists of a bent spring screen welded to a steel frame  designed and hand-made by Susan Woods

Spring Screen Lounge Chair
Aswoon's™ Spring Screen Lounge Chair consists of a bent spring screen welded to a steel frame designed and hand-made by Susan Woods
photography in our showroom in DUMBO
by Thomas Ernsing

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