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WINTERCHECK FACTORY designs utilitarian products with powerful geometric forms

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WINTERCHECK FACTORY designs utilitarian products with powerful geometric forms

WINTERCHECK FACTORY demonstrates the infinite beauty of simplicity with their diverse range of furniture and lighting. Using durable materials that have been conscientiously sourced by their various manufacturers, this contemporary design studio run by Kristen Wentrcek and Andrew Zebulon Williams aims to provide utilitarian products with 'powerful geometric forms.' There's no better way to put it than their own tagline. Stop by BKLYN Designs from May 8-10 for a closer look at an elegant cornucopia of elegant products designed in Brooklyn.

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WINTERCHECK FACTORY takes an almost thematic approach to their designs, with some collections represented in numbers: 100, 200, 300, 400. Their US factory collection is comprised of American materials such as steel, fiberglass and curved plywood. They also have a hardwood collection that revives an era when planks were plunked together to make practical pieces for the living room, except their designs have serious flare. Plain but solid, beautiful pieces of wood combine with industrial hardware to make elegant chairs, benches and even lighting that won't come apart at the seams.

Need a new portable wardrobe made with the highest quality materials available? Obsessed with well-made furniture? Then be sure to pop into BKLYN Designs this weekend in Greenpoint. The designers of Brooklyn will not disappoint you.


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