Industry City’s High-Design Co-Working Space Camp David Adds 20,000 Square Feet

With a physical expansion comes a new fleet of partnerships, possibilities and amenities

Amidst the bustle within the six million square feet of mixed-use space at Brooklyn’s Industry City, Camp David quietly transforms the idea of co-working. Two years ago, the membership club welcomed thinkers, creatives and entrepreneurs—setting them in a calm, upscale environment of wood paneling, thick marble counters and Prouvé chairs. As Industry City grew—with a Japan Village, distillery row and the forthcoming Sahadi’s—the team behind …

Studio Visit: Ceramicist Yuko Nishikawa

Combining ceramics and light design, artworks that are both delicate and occupying

Inside Japan-born Yuko Nishikawa‘s industrial Brooklyn, New York studio, which she’s aptly named “Forest,” there are hundreds of ceramic pieces in varying stages. Some, which are nearly complete, rest on a long wooden table made from scrap materials from other studios within the building. Others, which are set to be fired, painted, tossed or archived, sit on shelves and hang. She moved to the US …

Studio Visit: Digital Artist and Painter Emma Stern

We visit her Brooklyn space to learn more about how she makes physical artwork based on non-physical spaces

Perhaps surprising for those who have seen artist Emma Stern‘s work online, paint is omnipresent in her Brooklyn studio. It’s on canvases, the worn-in wooden floor, tools and at the feet of furniture. Perhaps less surprising, there are also two computers in the space. A laptop sits open with a digital version of one of her characters blown up in an editing application, while a …