There were more than 500 design-minded events at NYCxDESIGN 2017, and these are the works that shined the brightest.
Tze Chun, expert art advisor and founder of Uprise Art, outlines how to curate the perfect art collection for your home
Everyone from actor Neil Patrick Harris to Mast Chocolates has fallen under the spell of Calico Wallpaper’s evocative designs.
A Brooklyn residence seamlessly blends technology and luxury for a space that’s made for modern living.
Plant-in City creates lush interior ecosystems that can be remotely controlled.
They fused the glitchy, Internet-friendly aesthetic of his millennial generation with the most ancient of Eastern folk art traditions.
Transparent furniture is at the forefront of design—again. But modern-day designers and architects are pushing invisible boundaries with exceptional, see-through furniture, structures and homes.
“We often start by finding wood with an interesting story and then we’d design these micro collections with that history as a guide,” Jason Horvath says.
Through its new cultural initiative, Steinway & Sons is commissioning visual artists like Mark Bradford to use player pianos as their medium.