Who

With over 40 years of combined experience, Wkshps has worked with museums, arts organizations, not-for-profits, and other clients in the US and abroad. The studio was founded by partners Chris Wu and Prem Krishnamurthy, co-founder of Project Projects, winner of the Cooper Hewitt’s National Design Award for Communication Design. Our studio was conceived as a platform to collaborate with partners across art, architecture, education, and culture. We combine a rigorously conceptual approach with innovative modes of visual communication.

Wkshps is directed by Chris Wu and Prem Krishnamurthy. The core team includes Eric Price, Lizzy Onck, and Sarah Demeuse.

How

We embrace the workshop as primary mode of collaborating with our clients. Prior to design development, we ask questions and take time to listen to the collective voices behind any given project. This way, we can fine-tune aspirations, hone communication, and also develop a trusting working relationship. We then move into design development. For us, graphic design goes beyond finding form for a content: it is about developing a system that suits a story—whether that is an institutional identity or a brochure.

With Whom

We work primarily with museums, brands, non-profit, and cultural institutions, as well as artists, architects, designers, fashion studios, and hospitality companies. We are curious and engaged in exploring novel collaborations.

 

Educational institutions
Bard College Center for Curatorial Studies
Columbia Graduate School of Architecture,
Planning, and Preservation
Columbia University School of the Arts
Cornell University Graduate Program in Art, Architecture, and Planning
Harvard University Graduate School of Design
The MIT School of Architecture and Planning
New York University Institute for the Humanities
Princeton University Department of Art & Archaeology
School of Architecture & Design at NYIT
Temple Hoyne Buell Center for American Architecture at Columbia University
The Vera List Center for Art & Politics at Parsons
The New School for Design

 

Museums
Azkuna Zentroa, Bilbao, Spain
The Art Institute of Chicago
Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive
Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montreal
Columbus Museum of Art
Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum
The Current Museum
Guggenheim Museum
Guggenheim Museum Bilbao
ICA Philadelphia
ICA Boston
The Jewish Museum, New York
L’Internationale
M+ / West Kowloon Cultural District, Hong Kong
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Museum of the City of New York
Museum of Modern Art, New York
National Art Museum of China
New Museum, New York
Norton Museum of Art
Peabody Essex Museum
The Renaissance Society, Chicago
RISD Museum
Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University
SALT, Istanbul
Whitney Museum of American Art
Worcester Art Museum
Yale University Art Gallery

 

Cultural institutions
Art & Education
Artists Space
Asia Art Archive
Austrian Cultural Forum New York
Center for Architecture, New York
Creative Time
Common Field
Danish Arts Council
The Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts, Chicago
Deutsches Architektur Zentrum, Berlin
Fundacion Cisneros / Colección Patricia Phelps
de Cisneros
ICI / Independent Curators International
Istanbul Biennial Foundation
Kadist
Para Site, Hong Kong
Performa
Storefront for Art and Architecture
Stroom Den Haag, The Netherlands
Van Alen Institute, New York
White Columns
Zarigüeya/Alabado Contemporáneo

 

Publishers and magazines
Aperture
Core77
CriticalProductive
Grey Room
Hatje Cantz
FICTILIS
Journal of Architectural Education
McSweeney’s
Metropolis
Modern Weekly
[Name] Publications
The New York Times
The New York Times Magazine
New York Magazine
Nextbook, Inc.
Princeton Architectural Press
Phaidon
Rizzoli
Yale University Press

 

Contemporary art galleries
David Zwirner
Gladstone Gallery
Hales Gallery
James Cohan
James Fuentes
Kayne Griffin Corcoran
Matthew Marks
Marian Goodman Gallery
PPOW
Rachel Uffner Gallery

 

Nonprofit organizations and events
99 Scott Studio
American Federation of Arts
American Institute of Architects, New York
Carnegie International
Dorothea Dix Park Conservancy
Eyebeam
Frieze New York
Front International
Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect
National Park Service
New York City Department of Parks
The Pew Center for Arts and Heritage
RxArt
Sharjah Biennial
Slought Foundation
Westreich Wagner

 

Architects and designers
Bernard Tschumi Architects
BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group)
Commercial Type
Cooper Robertson
Diller Scofidio + Renfro
Field Operations
FXFOWLE
Interboro Partners
Levenbetts
Leong Leong
Rice+Lipka Architects
Michael Maltzan Architecture
Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates
MNLA
Rockwell Group
Steven Holl Architects
Stoss Landscape Urbanism
Weiss / Manfredi
WORKac

Where

Wkshps

  • 264 Canal Street 3W
    New York, NY 10013
  • +1 212 509 0636

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