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Luminaire to exhibit works by Konstantin Grcic and Piero Lissoni at Design Miami

November 28, 2019 Dezeen staff 0
Ncotambule by Konstantin Grcic

Dezeen promotion: design company Luminaire is hosting an exhibition at its Miami Design District showroom featuring works by industrial designer Konstantin Grcic, architect and designer Piero Lissoni and fashion designer Ann Demeulemeester. The Luminaire Lab exhibition will open on Thursday 5 December 2019 to coincide with this year’s Art Basel and Design Miami events. Designs from Lissoni’s limited-edition

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Donald Judd’s collection of works by Alvar Aalto and John Chamberlain go on show in New York

November 24, 2019 Kristine Klein 0
Aalto + Chamberlain at the Judd Foundation

This exhibition at the Judd Foundation in New York pairs together furniture by architect Alvar Aalto and paintings by sculptor John Chamberlain from late American artist Donald Judd’s archive. Called Aalto + Chamberlain, the showcase presents seven recently restored artworks by Chamberlain with Aalto-designed chairs, stools and tables. The items were sourced from Judd’s permanent

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Donald Judd’s collection of works by Alvar Aalto and John Chamberlain go on show in New York

November 24, 2019 Kristine Klein 0
Aalto + Chamberlain at the Judd Foundation

This exhibition at the Judd Foundation in New York pairs together furniture by architect Alvar Aalto and paintings by sculptor John Chamberlain from late American artist Donald Judd’s archive. Called Aalto + Chamberlain, the showcase presents seven recently restored artworks by Chamberlain with Aalto-designed chairs, stools and tables. The items were sourced from Judd’s permanent

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OMA installs minimal Kube pavilion outside K11 Musea in Hong Kong

November 22, 2019 Lizzie Crook 0
Kube by OMA at K11 Musea in Hong Kong

OMA has installed a golden cube-shaped kiosk and black marble furniture outside the K11 Musea retail development in Hong Kong. Called Kube, the installation is positioned on the Victoria Harbour waterfront by K11 Musea’s main entrance and is designed by Rem Koolhaas’ studio OMA to offer “a distinctive and intimate place for encounters and happenings”.

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OMA installs minimal Kube pavilion outside K11 Musea in Hong Kong

November 22, 2019 Lizzie Crook 0
Kube by OMA at K11 Musea in Hong Kong

OMA has installed a golden cube-shaped kiosk and black marble furniture outside the K11 Musea retail development in Hong Kong. Called Kube, the installation is positioned on the Victoria Harbour waterfront by K11 Musea’s main entrance and is designed by Rem Koolhaas’ studio OMA to offer “a distinctive and intimate place for encounters and happenings”.

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51 Entryway Tables to Create a Stylish First Impression

November 19, 2019 HD Staff 0

A good entryway table can be simple, a sleek surface with the sole purpose of catching your keys and wallet while you take off your jacket. Or it could play a more significant role in your routine, built with cabinets to store shoes and baskets for your winter gloves. But with all needs considered, an […]

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Plywood furniture “islands” are used to customise public housing in Japan

November 18, 2019 Ali Morris 0
Apartments in Senri by Nmstudio Architects

A multifunctional furniture unit made up of raised plywood floors and pegboard walls allows residents in this public-housing complex in Osaka to customise their apartments. Nmstudio Architects were invited to create four apartment prototypes for the renovation of a Danchi (a public-housing complex) in Senri, Osaka. The 14-storey building was originally constructed in 1979 and

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New York exhibition displays rarely seen furniture by Italian architect Gaetano Pesce

November 11, 2019 Kristine Klein 0
Gaetano Pesce Age of Contaminations Exhibition

A jagged edged bookshelf and a series of modular armchairs are among the rare and limited-edition furniture designs by Italian architect and designer Gaetano Pesce on show at New York gallery Friedman Benda. Age of Contaminations brings together prototypes and realised designs that the 79-year-old created between 1968 to 1995. “Age of Contaminations looks back on

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Radnor opens studio in old Brooklyn factory

November 9, 2019 Kristine Klein 0
Radnor Studio

Online design retailer Radnor has opened a new studio and launched an updated furniture collection inside The Old American Can Factory in Gowanus, Brooklyn. Radnor moved its studio to a space within the 130,000-square foot (12,077-square-metre) historic industrial complex, which spans six buildings and houses spaces for more than 300 artisans and creatives. Radnor’s interior features

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Pierre Yovanovitch exhibit explores “budding romance” between imaginary characters

November 6, 2019 Kristine Klein 0
Love by Pierre Yovanovitch at R &C

Bear-shaped armchairs and cushions embroidered with red lips are among French designer Pierre Yovanovitch’s latest collection of furnishings, which are on display at New York gallery R & Company. Yovanovitch has transformed the R & Company gallery space into several domestic scenes to display the collection titled Love. He has decorate the interior to bring

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