Fallen Industry Design Studio
Fallen Industry is a Brooklyn-based sustainable design studio specializing in high quality, live edge furniture and architectural elements made from fallen trees and reclaimed wood.
Our aim is to explore modern functional design, while retaining the naturally organic beauty of the materials we use. With the forefront idea to reuse before we destroy. All the materials are locally sourced and from fallen trees around the nation. All work is hand-crafted in Brooklyn, NYC.
Since inception, Fallen Industry has been featured in numerous publications and news outlets including Luxe, New York Magazine, NY1 and Daily News to name a few. We work with some of the worlds top design firms and architects as well as the general public.
The materials come from fallen trees all over the country, and as new and unique projects arise, We search deeper to find the exact right shapes and species. After we've established your design preferences and budget, we will send you a selection of unfinished pieces to choose from. Then, once you select your wood, we custom design a base in your style choosing, to the contours of your piece.
We can provide 3D renderings and shop drawings prior to production.
Along with residential, commercial and individual customers, Fallen Industry works with some of the nations top interior designers, decorators and firms for large and small projects of every kind.
Today, Kruger uses his skills and techniques to create incredible sculptures and one of a kind functional art pieces. Pairing traditional joinery with natural, contemporary forms. You can currently view the work at many galleries and spaces around town.
Paul Kruger was born and raised in New York City and attended art schools throughout his early life, including the specialized fine art high school LaGuardia, later earning his BFA at The School of Visual Arts (SVA) in lower Manhattan.
As a form of therapy, in 2008, he began to take longs walks along the Hudson River and saw seas of industrial man-made NYC driftwood left for waste. He began recycling the driftwood into sculptures, and as he fine turned his craft, creating furniture and architectural elements from fallen trees from across the nation.
The designs of Fallen Industry come from seeing new purpose and beauty in what would otherwise have been discarded or destroyed.