Edese Doret


Founded by the Dutch in 1624, New York City's population ranks the largest in the United States. Edese Doret Industrial Design (EDID) commands an extensive studio on the ground floor of one of New York City's pre-war structures.

It's the ideal environment for integrated teamwork between transportation, architecture, product development, digital media and branding. Nestled at the tip of Upper Manhattan's best-kept secret, Inwood inspires an intimate collaboration and homespun relationship which thrives among the EDID team.

The Boulevard on Dyckman Street hosts a flavorful blend of dining locales rich in diversity. Peace and tranquility are moments away in the area that embraces three breathtaking parks.

Directly across from EDID, Ft. Tryon Park is nearly the highest point in Manhattan and home of the Cloisters Museum. Designed by the son of Central Park's creator, its beauty inspires lengthy jogs and romantic strolls.

Stunning views of the Hudson River, including an expanse preserved to resemble medieval times, are an inviting gift that intrigues guests in every season.

Inspiration flows in a studio surrounded by a vibrant cityscape exploding with sounds, tastes and scents in a chic uptown location. Passion for design and fun, create a unique mix of energy and excitement!

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