New York designer David Weeks founded the studio in 1996 as an umbrella for his diverse interests, which range from traditionally grounded metal fabrication techniques to contemporary toy culture.


Over the past two decades, his product line has evolved from a core grouping of elemental lighting fixtures to a broader collection of upholstered seating, side tables, and sculptural objects with a simpatico sense of materiality and detailing.

The 2013 opening of the Tribeca storefront—one part gallery, one part creative lab—provided the opportunity to showcase the full breadth of the studio’s collaborations and capabilities—from high-concept light installations and angular, asymmetrical sofas to more experimental offerings.


David Weeks is one of America’s leading designers. His award-winning lighting is installed in high-profile locations throughout the world, in addition to his innovative furniture, household products and toys.

Weeks founded New York-based David Weeks Studio in 1996. Since then, he has created products for commercial and residential uses, from desk lamps and home accessories to floor lamps, chandeliers, mobiles, lounge seating and custom retail, commercial and residential lighting installations.

Weeks’s designs have been used in projects for Barney’s New York, Kate Spade, Saks Fifth Avenue, MGM Grand Las Vegas, Bliss Spa, Brasserie NYC, and The W Hotels, among others.


David Weeks’s work has received numerous honors and awards. He is most recently a nominee for the Designpreis Deutschland 2010, Germany’s highest design honor. The Wooden Toys Hanno and Ursa were honored by the Chicago Athenaeum in 2009 with a GOOD DESIGN Award, as was the Sculpt furniture line and Sarus lighting collection in 2008. Weeks has been nominated for the Cooper Hewitt National Design Award several times, and has participated as a judge in I.D. Magazine’s Annual Design Review. He’s been featured in the Metropolitan Home Design 100 and he’s was one of seven designers chosen to represent New York at Berlin’s 7+7 Designmai exhibit. Weeks was featured in the 2003 Cooper-Hewitt’s National Design Triennial: Inside Design Now.


Weeks won Editor Awards at the 1999 and 2001 International Contemporary Furniture Fair. In 2000, Weeks teamed with fellow designer Lindsey Adelman to form Butter, a product development company that focused on simple, affordable items for the home. Their debut collection featured the best-selling Lunette lampshade and earned many accolades, including an award from Blueprint Magazine at London’s 100% Design Show.


David Weeks Studio has received media attention from all over the world. Weeks’ work has been featured in such publications as Dwell, Architectural Digest, Interior Design, Harper’s Bazaar, Wallpaper*, W, I.D., and Elle Decor. His work has also been featured in the books Ultimate New York Design, Young Designers Americas, Inside Design Now and Creative USA.


Originally from Athens, Georgia, Weeks studied painting and sculpture at the Rhode Island School of Design, where he earned a BFA. Weeks went on to work in the Manhattan studio of Ted Muehling before founding David Weeks Studio. Weeks has also been an adjunct professor at Parsons School of Design.


Weeks lives in Brooklyn with his wife, Georgianna Stout, partner of design studio 2x4, and their children.





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