Workaday Handmade’s Forrest Lewinger in his new Brooklyn studio, “in an old charred-up industrial building right by the Western Beef and scrap-metal yards in busy Ridgewood, Queens,” he says. Lewinger and his studiomates took over a 9,000 square-foot floor of the building about 6 months ago. “I’ve cut out a little corner for myself, and it’s where I spend most of time now.”
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Workaday Handmade’s Forrest Lewinger in his new Brooklyn studio, “in an old charred-up industrial building right by the Western Beef and scrap-metal yards in busy Ridgewood, Queens,” he says. Lewinger and his studiomates took over a 9,000 square-foot floor of the building about 6 months ago. “I’ve cut out a little corner for myself, and it’s where I spend most of time now.”