“A lot of people don’t know Ettore Sottsass and they are missing out,” says curator Christian Larsen, when speaking about his recently opened Met Breuer retrospective. “Sottsass may be a new name for America, but he is a household name abroad.” This summer, Larsen and team hopes to put the radical Italian designer into larger circulation by unpacking his varied, sixty year oeuvre with a floor swallowing exhibition.
Designer Yves Béhar has made a career of transforming the ordinary into extraordinary, elegantly embedding technology from wristwear to wall space. Sarah Thornton gets a preview of The Frame, his latest innovation launching this summer.Read More
Creative Director Karin Gustafsson keeps COS at the center of the art and design world.Read More
Conceptual artist Michael Pinsky creates captivating environmental installations.Read More
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Sarah Thornton catches up with Ivy Ross, Google Hardware’s “Head of Intuition and Beauty.”Read More
Katie Stout catches up with Jim Walrod at her design studio to recount their friendship and the age old question: is it art or or design?Read More
Max Mara’s collaboration with artist Liu Wei resulted in clothing for the forward-thinking urbanite.Read More
New York institution UrbanGlass has quietly supported artists, from Robert Rauschenberg to Tauba Auerbach, for the last 40 years. But with next month’s anniversary celebration, they’re about to make some noise.Read More
Designer Madeline Weinrib’s rugs may be de rigueur, but as Mieke ten Have learns, zig zags and ikats were at one time an acquired taste.Read More
With a new app called Kabinett, founder Eduardo Costantini, Jr. wants to democratize art criticism once and for all.Read More
The Rug Company continues to bridge fashion and interiors, while expanding into the digital space—geographically in the Bay Area and literally with a new app.Read More