Dan Golden Studio is the interdisciplinary art & design practice of Dan Golden and Jen Huh. Areas of focus include painting & sculpture, textiles, product development, and collaborative projects. The studio's work has been featured in numerous magazines and websites including The New York Times, The New Yorker, Fast Company, Interior Design, Veranda, The LA Times, Shelter, FORM, Angeleno, David Report, designboom, Behance, and Mocoloco.
Dan Golden is currently working on a new series of large scale abstract paintings which incorporate vintage upholstery fabric, household paint, and ink markers.
Ink and crayon on Glidden Deep Coral paint chips.
Jen Huh is currently working on a new series of large scale god's eye sculptures that incorporate traditional and non-traditional materials.
A new seating concept inspired by the past but firmly planted in the present. Red Jay was developed in collaboration with Design Compendium in Brooklyn.
Hand-knotted wool & silk rugs inspired by popular medications.
A new public seating concept inspired by visits to The Met and The Museum of Modern Art. The design is intended to complement grand spaces such as The Tate Modern, The Louvre, Gagosian Galleries, Saatchi Gallery, and the Rubell Family Collection.
painting: Mark Rothko, Blue and Gray, 1962. © Fondation Beyeler 2013 Switzerland.
Crystal vanity pulls designed for Gabellini Sheppard.
Hand-tufted rug collection. Please contact the studio for more information.
Rugs, Plates, Platters, Coffee & Espresso Cups, Pillows, Bistro Glasses and Placemats.
Collection of humorous wall graphics. For more information, please visit Blik.
Studies for a new hand-knotted silk rug collection currently in development.
Lighting collection inspired by modernist architecture and the early work of Frank Stella. Prototypes feature aluminum frames, Swarovski crystal panels, and LED edge-illumination. Not in production.
Dan Golden Studio
Studio No. 556
888 Newark Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 07306
347 837 1990