In his design practice and philosophy Eugene Nahemow shares: I look to simple, clean, contemporary architecture and details, grounded in fine craftsmanship, that survive and surpass trends. In Editions nothing is extraneous; details do not interrupt but add balance. I started designing a selection of the Editions line that incorporate the charred wood method of Shou-sugi- ban for the reason that the Japanese used it -- the material does not burn or allow insects to devour. My approach is to unify material, method and design for lasting permanence and history. The photography of Studio Nahemow design projects and Editions produced for this presentation is an artistic collaboration with fine art photographers. Documenting the design projects and the Editions is an ongoing project. Rather than formal, traditional interior views, the depictions reflect the vision and personal viewpoint of the photographer. The purpose of this project is to provoke thought, and in the collaboration of disciplines create something new in the creation of original works of fine art photography.