At Work With: Green River ProjectAaron Aujla and Ben Bloomstein switched lanes from art to design, and found their true calling as outsiders in the world of interiors.

At Work With: Green River ProjectAaron Aujla and Ben Bloomstein switched lanes from art to design, and found their true calling as outsiders in the world of interiors.

Issue 38

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Design, Interiors

  • Words Cody Delistraty
  • Photography Dominik Tarabański

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 titular Green River, for instance, or jute and bamboo that reflects Aujla’s Indian heritage. Their clients include tastemakers like Mirabelle Marden and Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen’s The Row. Add to that the fact that they also have a wood shop in the Bedford-...

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