GO Build Studio: simple, elegant, modern
A contemporary furniture design company based in San Francisco, bringing original and sensible design solutions to the world.
At GO Build Studio, we balance grace and utility in our line of fine furniture. Our work reflects the varied influences of plain Shakers, mid-century moderns, and high-low cosmopolitans. We celebrate the simple and the useful.
Our design process is both direct and relaxed, searching for thoughtful and reserved simplicity. An appreciation for traditional forms and the long history of craft in furniture making informs our contemporary outlook. We choose natural materials with care for their quality and sustainability. We delight in the finely rendered detailing that enhances our beautiful, clean designs.
All of our products are made to order by skilled craftspeople in the San Francisco Bay Area. We are deeply honored to draw on the talents and knowledge of so many of our neighbors for the fabrication of our furniture.
GO Build Studio was created in 1998 by Greg Bergere. Greg grew up in a large, industrious family in Connecticut and Pennsylvania. He naturally inherited an appreciation for history, common sense, and resourcefulness. He holds degrees in fine arts and architecture and now designs both furniture and buildings. As a designer, Greg fosters a sense of balance and ease with a distinctly modern sensibility.
FORD&CHING cordially invites you to join us at our Spring Cocktail Party and Launch. The event takes place on Saturday, March 6th from 8:00 to 11:00pm at the Kim Sing Theatre at 718 North Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012. Come see the Wave Collection by Go Build Studio, new samples by RS Barcelona and Geneva Lab, and textiles by Tanya Aguiniga for FORD&CHING.
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Arianna Belle: Designer Spotlight: Melissa Warner of MWM
GO Build Studio fabricated custom furniture and cabinetry for our friends at Massucco Warner Miller Interior Design for a home in San Francisco. You can see some of the work, designed by Melissa Warner, on Arianna Belle's blog.
Check out the Office cabinetry, the Breakfast Nook table, and the Girl's Room built ins.