Hungarian-born craftsman András Gipp comes from four generations of makers: His father and grandfather “craft[ed] everything from beds to bowls with their hands.” Now Gipp continues the tradition in upstate New York, where he has launched Hudson Workshop, a line of furniture made from sustainable, local hardwoods. Here’s a look at the collection.
Photography courtesy of Hudson Workshop.
Above: Spotted at an end-of-season outdoor dinner party upstate: the Hudson High Chair.
Above: Gipp “fell in love with wood in [Hungary’s] Bakony Forest where he ran wild as a child, marveling at the warmth of this living medium.” His signature design is the Hudson High Chair, available in maple, black walnut, birch, and ash with a leather and brass strap. The chair does not have a tray and instead “pulls right up to the table, so your child can join in the family meal from day one.”
Above: The Hudson Kitchen Table has a Carrara marble top and hand-turned wooden legs.
Above: “We put great heart into choosing wood that will last and age gracefully,” says Hudson Workshop. The Live Edge Bench is made from a slab of black walnut. A detail view of the Live Edge Bench.
Above: Hudson Workshop has been featured at the Field & Supply craft fair (shown) and created the mile-long maple table at Ravenwood barn (see The High/Low Holiday Table: 11 Ideas to Steal from the Hudson Valley). For inspiration, follow @hudsonworkshop. For pricing and information, reach out directly.
These handcrafted pieces are designed to “persevere through generations.” For more heirloom-worthy craft furniture, see our posts: