We visited one of our NYCxDESIGN week favorites, WantedDesign, an exhibition curated by Odile Hainaut and Claire Pijoulat.
As part of Looking at Tod's Leo, legendary architect Giulio Cappellini reached out to Marc Thorpe to reimagine Tod's iconic driving shoe.
A collection of gradient upholstered chairs inspired by the corn's outer shell.
A pair of tables that are hyper thin, highly engineered, and have a sleek aesthetic.
Looking at a corn's husk, a collection of outdoor chairs is born.
A series of low lying surfaces that can become seating, tables, or display pieces.
Look back at the creative spaces and interviews with designers and design professionals in our Where I Work column for 2014.
We visit NYC to check in on the studio of architect and industrial designer Marc Thorpe.
Seven designers are asked to celebrate "optimistic technofuturism" through the filter of the ancient Tantric chakra system.
Let's see what makes architect and industrial designer Marc Thorpe tick in this week's Friday Five.
An exhibition debuting Marc Thorpe's fabulous new designs (and some of his greatest hits) for Moroso.
Gallery R’Pure presented Brokenoff Brokenoff during New York Design Week that presented work inspired by the life and work of Tobias W…