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PUBLIC WORKS, a Poster Exhibition about Bikes by PUBLIC, Hosted by FLOS

PUBLIC WORKS, a Poster Exhibition about Bikes by PUBLIC, Hosted by FLOS

On October 18th, the NYC Flos store will host a new exhibition called PUBLIC WORKS, a poster exhibition created by PUBLIC, the designy bicyc…
Tiger from Hello Wood 2012 Art Camp

Tiger from Hello Wood 2012 Art Camp

Hello Wood is a weeklong art camp in Hungary where 200 young people, led by various architects and designers, come together and create proje…
London Design Festival 2012: 100% Design Interiors

London Design Festival 2012: 100% Design Interiors

All eyes were on 100% Design at this year's London Design Festival. Under new ownership and with a new director, the hype had begun months p…
Piecing Together Furniture Like Building Blocks: Sam Scott

Piecing Together Furniture Like Building Blocks: Sam Scott

UK-based designer and craftsman Sam Scott uses the scraps that pile up in the corner of an East London workshop to create surprisingly moder…
London Design Festival 2012: designjunction

London Design Festival 2012: designjunction

designjunction was one of the most exciting shows of London Design Festival. The venue alone was enough to look forward to. Built in the 196…
Four Corners: Design from Philly Surrounds –  What is Philadelphia Design Today?

Four Corners: Design from Philly Surrounds – What is Philadelphia Design Today?

I'm excited to be a part of Four Corners: Design from Philly Surrounds, an exhibit curated by Philly locals Caroline Tiger and Royce Epstein…
London Design Festival 2012: designersblock Highlights

London Design Festival 2012: designersblock Highlights

With queues around the block for the opening night party, designersblock was set to be hit from the beginning. And, it didn't disappoint. Kn…
London Design Festival 2012: Installations at the V&A

London Design Festival 2012: Installations at the V&A

The V&A was bursting at the seams with installations for London Design Festival 2012. Here are three of the best - nendo's Mimicry Chairs, B…
Networktopia Glass Sculpture by Kim Harty

Networktopia Glass Sculpture by Kim Harty

Networktopia is a piece that was developed over a two-day period by artist Kim Harty. During the demonstration/performance, she dripped hot …
Countless Scraps – Amazing Sculpture by Leonardo Drew

Countless Scraps – Amazing Sculpture by Leonardo Drew

Leonardo Drew’s curse-worthy sculpture (It's true! While taking these photographs I heard three different visitors swear in amazement when…
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Verbandkammer Flexible, Multifunctional Workspace by Nilsson Pflugfelder

Verbandkammer Flexible, Multifunctional Workspace by Nilsson Pflugfelder

London- and Berlin-based architects Nilsson Pflugfelder were invited by FLACC Workplace For Visual Artists to partake in the European contem…
Transient Interactive Light Installation by Pablo Gnecco

Transient Interactive Light Installation by Pablo Gnecco

Transient is a light installation by the Atlanta, Georgia-based artist Pablo Gnecco. The temporary piece was made from 16 yards of tulle tha…
Sensorium Exhibition: A Space Devoted to the Five Senses

Sensorium Exhibition: A Space Devoted to the Five Senses

Céline Merhand and Anaïs Morel are the designers behind the French label, Les M, and they’ve created an environment to explore all f…
Five Best NYC Gallery Shows of the Last Year (2011-2012)

Five Best NYC Gallery Shows of the Last Year (2011-2012)

Most NYC contemporary art galleries take a break in the summer, so in anticipation of the approaching year (Sept-July), I’m taking a look…
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Light: Installations by Bruce Munro

Light: Installations by Bruce Munro

British artist and lighting designer Bruce Munro recently opened an outdoor exhibition at Pennsylvania’s Longwood Gardens entitled Lig…
2012 Festival des Architectures Vives

2012 Festival des Architectures Vives

The 2012 Festival des Architectures Vives (Festival of Lively Architecture) was held this year from June 13-17th in Montpellier, France. Ele…
PUBLIC WORKS, a Poster Exhibition about Bikes by PUBLIC, Hosted by FLOS

PUBLIC WORKS, a Poster Exhibition about Bikes by PUBLIC, Hosted by FLOS

On October 18th, the NYC Flos store will host a new exhibition called PUBLIC WORKS, a poster exhibition created by PUBLIC, the designy bicyc…
Tiger from Hello Wood 2012 Art Camp

Tiger from Hello Wood 2012 Art Camp

Hello Wood is a weeklong art camp in Hungary where 200 young people, led by various architects and designers, come together and create proje…
London Design Festival 2012: 100% Design Interiors

London Design Festival 2012: 100% Design Interiors

All eyes were on 100% Design at this year's London Design Festival. Under new ownership and with a new director, the hype had begun months p…
Piecing Together Furniture Like Building Blocks: Sam Scott

Piecing Together Furniture Like Building Blocks: Sam Scott

UK-based designer and craftsman Sam Scott uses the scraps that pile up in the corner of an East London workshop to create surprisingly moder…
Four Corners: Design from Philly Surrounds –  What is Philadelphia Design Today?

Four Corners: Design from Philly Surrounds – What is Philadelphia Design Today?

I'm excited to be a part of Four Corners: Design from Philly Surrounds, an exhibit curated by Philly locals Caroline Tiger and Royce Epstein…
London Design Festival 2012: designersblock Highlights

London Design Festival 2012: designersblock Highlights

With queues around the block for the opening night party, designersblock was set to be hit from the beginning. And, it didn't disappoint. Kn…
London Design Festival 2012: Installations at the V&A

London Design Festival 2012: Installations at the V&A

The V&A was bursting at the seams with installations for London Design Festival 2012. Here are three of the best - nendo's Mimicry Chairs, B…
Networktopia Glass Sculpture by Kim Harty

Networktopia Glass Sculpture by Kim Harty

Networktopia is a piece that was developed over a two-day period by artist Kim Harty. During the demonstration/performance, she dripped hot …
Countless Scraps – Amazing Sculpture by Leonardo Drew

Countless Scraps – Amazing Sculpture by Leonardo Drew

Leonardo Drew’s curse-worthy sculpture (It's true! While taking these photographs I heard three different visitors swear in amazement when…
Unframed
Verbandkammer Flexible, Multifunctional Workspace by Nilsson Pflugfelder

Verbandkammer Flexible, Multifunctional Workspace by Nilsson Pflugfelder

London- and Berlin-based architects Nilsson Pflugfelder were invited by FLACC Workplace For Visual Artists to partake in the European contem…
Transient Interactive Light Installation by Pablo Gnecco

Transient Interactive Light Installation by Pablo Gnecco

Transient is a light installation by the Atlanta, Georgia-based artist Pablo Gnecco. The temporary piece was made from 16 yards of tulle tha…
Sensorium Exhibition: A Space Devoted to the Five Senses

Sensorium Exhibition: A Space Devoted to the Five Senses

Céline Merhand and Anaïs Morel are the designers behind the French label, Les M, and they’ve created an environment to explore all f…
Five Best NYC Gallery Shows of the Last Year (2011-2012)

Five Best NYC Gallery Shows of the Last Year (2011-2012)

Most NYC contemporary art galleries take a break in the summer, so in anticipation of the approaching year (Sept-July), I’m taking a look…
Unframed
Light: Installations by Bruce Munro

Light: Installations by Bruce Munro

British artist and lighting designer Bruce Munro recently opened an outdoor exhibition at Pennsylvania’s Longwood Gardens entitled Lig…
2012 Festival des Architectures Vives

2012 Festival des Architectures Vives

The 2012 Festival des Architectures Vives (Festival of Lively Architecture) was held this year from June 13-17th in Montpellier, France. Ele…

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