daniel penge
 
 
 
 

designing responsible products that shape behaviors for a viable future

 

Supplying Citizens with an adaptable site furnishing

 
 
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the terraces at 3 world trade center

 
 
 

Re-envisioning the classic picnic table for urban use

 
 
 
 
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the assemblage at 17 john street

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94 north 3rd brooklyn terrace

 
 

applying a closed-loop, systems thinking reapproach to the nyc metrocard

 

providing fashion designers an insight on sustainability’s best practices

 

designing to consider secondary functionality

 

splay dining set

 
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bow bench collection

 

houndstoothers

 

offering adjustability to outerwear

 
 
 

About

Daniel Penge is a designer and educator whose work merges responsible decision-making with manufacturability.

Currently, he works as a design associate with a custom site furnishings fabricator, where he develops outdoor products for large scale landscape architectural projects. His work can be found on the terraces of the Bank of America Tower, 3 World Trade Center, and within the public gardens at Hudson Yards.

Recently, his 6-person collective Circular City Objects won the Nike Circular Innovation Challenge, hosted by IDEO.

 

contact

dvpenge@gmail.com

 
 
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