Josh Metersky and Aiden Bowman are the designers behind Trueing—a lighting and furniture design studio based in New York. To 'true', in verb form, is defined as bringing an object into its accurate, intended shape. Working from this usage, the studio's name reflects an ideology that guides each project, giving deference to the materials, functionality and people involved. Their work connects broad themes, fusing art-historical references with an engineer’s eye for mechanical connections and systems thinking. Informed by the past, but firmly rooted in contemporary culture, Trueing creates with precision and perfection in mind.
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Sight Unseen American Design Hotlist, 2018
ICFF Editor's Award, Emerging Designer, 2017
ICFF Studio, 2017
A/D/O Residency, 2017
In Trueing’s Long Island City studio, projects come together in a white-washed environment, punctuated by ephemera and colorful work samples.
Each of Trueing's fixtures is painstakingly crafted in-studio from precisely-worked metal and glass — with no detail overlooked.