Brendan Keim is a furniture and lighting designer based in Brooklyn, NY. His work explores how high-end craft of the analog world can blend with and control the digital, as well as the balance between the electrical and the electronic.
Born and raised on the shoreline of Connecticut, Brendan spent his youth wandering beaches and forests, consuming science fiction, and taking things apart. He attended Pratt Institute to pursue a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Design. After graduating in 2005, Brendan spent the next five years working with various designers and firms throughout the five boroughs, including Lindsey Adelman, Patrick Townsend, Clodagh, PICO, Keith Recker, & Nick Dine. In 2012, Brendan received his Master's of Fine Arts in Furniture Design at Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, RI.
Brendan's work has been featured in Wallpaper, Surface Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, & DIY Furniture 2.