The NoHo Design District is a not-to-be-missed part of New York Design Week featuring events and exhibitions in the NoHo neighborhood. The four day event is curated by Monica Khemsurov and Jill Singer of Sight Unseen and being in the fourth year, they’ve hit their stride as a design destination.
We hit up Lindsey Adelman’s new private showroom that was open to the public during this time. The lighting designer has taken the New York design scene by storm with her instantly recognizable fixtures, some of which were on display in the showroom, along with a curated selection of artwork.
Vacuum formed cork chair by Margo Angelopoulos, a graduate student at the University of Pennsylvania’s Department of Architecture.
Tyvek clothing by Sylvia Heisel
Perch Lounge Chair by Bradley Ferrada
C1 Credenza by mf design group
Stretch Chair by David Gaynor Design
Paper sculpture by Post Modern Production
Kites by Haptic Lab
We also stopped by the Trophies exhibit presented by the American Design Club, the formal title being Trophy: Awards We Live With. There were so many! I wish that it had been spread out more, but I understand why it was designed to look like this.
13: Egg Collective
25: Louie Rigano
28: Martin Flores
29: Misha Kahn
37: W. C. Rueck
14: Elisa Werbler
5: Artin Yip and Chris Beatty
21: Karl Zahn
There was so much more going on in NoHo that we didn’t get to visit, but you can see more of the great events that took place on Sight Unseen’s website.