Erich Nagler

Mr. and Mrs. Johnson

Philip Johnson orchestrated a scene around his impeccable eccentricity, and his Glass House was the hub of this extravaganza.

Mighty Morphers

Tim Antoniuk aims to reinvent all that plastic junk we have lying around with a product that has developed from a collaboration with his students and colleagues at the University of Alberta. The team is working on a plastic that…

Little House on the River

On display this year at ICFF is a full-scale, flat-pack dwelling designed and assembled by undergraduates in the Product Design department at Parsons The New School for Design. They are part of a collaborative project with students at the St.…

Furniture From the Fast Lane

Designers Seyhan Özdemir and Sefer Çaglar make their ICFF debut with a line of seating, lighting, and assorted furniture from their studio, Autoban. Based in Istanbul, Turkey, the two interior designers often design products as part of their interior design…

The Road Not Taken

Among the morsels in Chip Kidd: Book One—the star book designer’s monograph of covers and ephemera documenting his process and rise to fame—is the 1986 date book from Kidd’s postcollege job hunt in New York. The agenda has him scurrying…

Who’s the New Guy?

Everything on the walls of the austere new MoMA has been carefully considered—down to the signage for finding basic amenities. Dresser Johnson was commissioned to design 17 icons for the museum’s renovation, several of which gently make over the U.S.…