CW&T exists to create the things we want to see in the world.


We live in a world of our own making. It’s a world where every object has its purpose, although not always purposeful, and where common objects receive uncommon consideration.

Things here are made to last. Not just a lifetime, but your great great grandchildren’s lifetime. And then some. Maybe someday, eons from now, an alien archaeologist will be excavating this archaic land we once called Earth and stumble up a Pen Type B. Perfectly intact with a slight patina, it will speak to the care humans took in their work and the tools they used to do it.

Che-Wei Wang


Che-Wei Wang [pron. say-way] is an artist, designer and architect. His work involves a wide range of disciplines and skills ranging from product design, architecture and sculpture to interactive installations and mobile apps. Che-Wei is the winner of the 2003 SOM fellowship and the Young Alumni Achievement Award from Pratt Institute. He has taught courses on design, time, and creative computing, at various institutions. He is an alumnus of MIT Media Lab, ITP at NYU and Pratt Institute.

Taylor Levy


Taylor Levy is an artist and designer who works with various technologies. In her work, technology is broken apart and reconstructed to expose its otherwise opaque inner workings. She holds a B.A. from Vassar College and a MPS from ITP (TISH NYU). Her thesis work from ITP is in The Leonardo Museum of Science and Technology and she was a resident at Fabrica Interactive in Treviso, Italy. Taylor has experience teaching at Pratt Institute and University of Pennsylvania.



Email: cwandt[at]cwandt[dot]com
Address: 493 Greene Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11216
Telephone: +1 347 987 0001

The Label System


We make a lot of things. Part of our practice is showing our process. So, From inception to execution, everything we make is assigned a label to track and share its development over time.

From the first sketch at the onset of a project, it's assigned a Project ID. The Project ID is created with a formula that pulls from a selection of variables.

the dot color is generated from that ID.

How to read the Project ID