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From the Pharrell Williams tank chair to the Richard Neutra unknown furniture collection, the Mona Bismarck American Design exhibition gives an overview of contemporary American design and talent.
These Highrise Shoes look more like buildings than shoes. “Suddenly, giant feet go inside and the buildings become shoes and walk away.” REM D. Koolhaas discusses his new Highrise Shoes and his collaboration with Iris Van Herpen.
In this beautiful series of architectural photography by Andrea Stone and Robert Stone, cities are captured in reflections, shimmering and glowing, reflecting sunrises and sunsets in vibrant color palettes.
Slow Factory scarves are handcrafted in Montreal and New York from NASA’s open data collection of satellite images, with natural fabrics sourced from a socially and environmentally responsible company in India.
Paris-based artist and designer Maud Vantours creates intricate papercraft patterns. The resulting geometric patterns are both hypnotizing and fascinating. Spirals, triangles, cells, flora— each pattern reveals a depth and complexity which pleases the eye.