Recognized today as one of the leading innovators in 20th century furniture design and a guiding force of the American craft movement, George Nakashima’s roots in Bucks County can be traced back to 1943, when he established his first woodworking studio in New Hope. Still producing custom-designed furniture today under the guidance of his daughter Mira Nakashima, the studio remains vital and alive, a place where Nakashima’s concepts of “organic naturalism” remain the guiding precepts.
Enjoy a private tour of the original working studios led by Mira Nakashima, followed by an intimate reception for you and your guests. Hosts for this event will take home a piece of the Nakashima legacy: their very own Highly Figured Black Walnut Plaque/Cheese Board created by Mira herself. This remarkable 16” x 12” x 1” thick signed piece will be a beautiful compliment to any décor.