To a certain sort of Brooklynite, Ben Bloomstein and Aaron Aujla’s Green River Project might feel like it’s been around forever. Working mostly from a studio in Hillsdale, New York, where Bloomstein’s family owns a farm, they’ve crafted conceptual, sculptural furniture that’s without frills: chairs, tables, cabinets, stools, dining sets, sofas and more made from raw materials like unvarnished pine and black hyedua wood. Their materials tend also to be shot through with personal references, like lumber taken from the This story is from Kinfolk Issue Thirty-Eight Buy Now Related Stories Design Interiors Issue 48 At Work With: Studio Utte A visit to the small, sophisticated Milanese studio of Patrizio Gola & Guglielmo Giagnotti. Design Issue 48 Off to Sea with Cyrill Gutsch Meet the self-appointed design ambassador for the oceans. Design Partnerships Issue 48 Delayed Gratification In partnership with Fritz Hansen, Kinfolk unearths the long history of a new classic. Design Fashion Issue 47 Hot Desk The many faces of a multifunctional workstation. Interiors Issue 46 Bush Modernism Rebuilding the legacy of desert architect Alistair Knox. Interiors Issue 46 Heritage Craft A colorful guesthouse decorated by the artists of Gorée Island.