American Craft

Work in Use

LET’S FACE IT, EXERCISE equipment may help us look and feel great, but it tends to be an eyesore in the living room. No wonder it often ends up stashed in the closet or basement, gathering dust.

Work in Use, a design studio in Providence, Rhode Island, offers an alternative: high-end movement tools hand-some enough to double as minimalist furniture or

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