POD® DESIGN & MEDIA LLC is an award winning New York based design studio working in the fields of architecture, industrial design and environments specializing in advanced technologies and material transcendence, since 2003. Pod's internationally recognized work is the result of a multi-disciplinary laboratory with the belief that the practice of collaboration gains relevance through a constant dialogue with other disciplines, cultures, thinkers and makers to offer innovative design solutions. Their process-based approach to design is coupled with a deep interest in methods of fabrication that challenge norms and reveal new territories.
Pod's body of work includes the completion of projects and products in New York, Los Angeles, Berlin, Seoul, Texas, Connecticut as well as being featured in The New York Times, Wired, Esquire Magazine, Frame and in film on Showtime Networks and the DIY Network.
Doo.Ri, Showtime, BMW, Zero + Maria Cornejo, DIY Network, Esquire Magazine, Hearst Corp, Mono-POTT, Temperley London, NUMBER:Lab...
Brooks Atwood has lectured at Parsons The New School for Design, NJIT and exhibited work during ICFF and WantedDesign in New York City. Atwood was also a featured designer and TV personality on the DIY Network for Esquire Magazine's The Ultimate Bachelor Pad as well as on Showtime for the Showtime Show House, The United States of Tara. He has collaborated on several award-winning art and sculpture around the world including Korea, Germany, England and New York City. Brooks’ collaboration with Michael Joo is part of the permanent collection at the Samsung Museum of Art in Seoul, Korea.