Latewood's fabricators work closely with clients to realize a project vision. We partner with the world's best architects, interior designers and industrial designers to conceptualize and execute one-of-a-kind pieces.
We specialize in a number of different fabrication processes and have expertise working in solid wood, veneer, metals, and plastics. From fine furniture and hardware to finely detailed architectural prototypes, we accommodate an array of different projects.
Functionality and longevity are our priorities and we deliver pieces that last for generations.
Brooklyn Navy Yard
Building 3, Suite 1108
Brooklyn, NY 11205
LATEWOOD (N) - Wood cells produced at the end of the growing season that make up the darker section on an annual ring, also known as summerwood.
Matthew Granick is the founder of Latewood, located in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Originally trained in traditional European furniture making under master woodworker Frank Klausz, Matt specializes in a number of handmade construction processes that combine classic technique with contemporary tastes and technology.
As former shop manager and lead fabricator for Asher Israelow, Matt's work has been featured in Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, Interior Design Magazine, and The New York Times. In addition to woodworking, Matt has worked for Kennedy Fabrications to create architectural models for The Guggenheim, Maya Lin Studio, Richard Meier, Robert A. M. Stern Architects, Foster and Partners, and Frank Gehry.
Matt has taught classes on hand tools for Pioneer Works in Brooklyn, where his writing has been featured in their quarterly magazine, Intercourse. He is currently accepting inquiries for private students.