designing responsible products that shape behaviors for a viable future
Supplying Citizens with an adaptable site furnishing
the terraces at 3 world trade center
Re-envisioning the classic picnic table for urban use
the assemblage at 17 john street
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
bow bench collection
offering adjustability to outerwear
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.