In Omer Arbel’s wide-ranging design practice, serendipity is key to the process
Charles Trevelyan’s US Debut at Carpenters Workshop Gallery
At Carpenters Workshop Gallery’s space overlooking Fifth Avenue, a patinated bronze table, with thin, knurled legs, balances lightly on...
Piece by Piece
Clé has transformed the humble tile into an imaginative surface material that has won over the design world
An astounding Verner Panton lighting design comes into public view after decades in storage
Forma at R & Company
Distinct for marrying the International Style with its own vernacular techniques and materials—particularly the use of indigenous rosewood, jacaranda,...
The Windsor Recast: Christopher Kurtz at Patrick Parrish
An eighteenth-century chair might seem like an unlikely starting point for an exhibition at the more contemporary Patrick Parrish...
Curator’s Eye: RCP2 Chair by Jane Atfield
We asked curators of leading twentieth-century and contemporary design collections to discuss one object that they feel is particularly...