The exhibition An Accelerated Culture at Friedman Benda explores the shared ideas and narratives of Gen X designers, from Konstantin Grcic to Michael Anastassiades, Julia Lohmann, and more.
One upholstery textile in the collection, All Star, is an homage to the spattered-paint look that's cropping up in recent designs by high-fashion houses Maison Margiela and Gucci.
A collaboration with Norm Architects, the workplace-focused collection unites Allsteel’s experience in manufacturing with Norm’s expertise in crafting wooden furniture.
The Toronto and New York-based designers reflect on a Nienkämper-designed 70s-era chair that they just couldn't get out of their heads.
The Swedish designer relied on old school handicraft methods to create an utterly unique new chair for the Italian furniture manufacturer.
Jonathan Muecke, who often experiments with composite materials, is one of three experimental design practices that are putting the Twin Cities on the map.
Within one year, Chong masterminded the development of ten contemporary furniture collections, all crafted by established and emerging designers.
The controversial Playboy founder democratized high design, argues architectural historian Beatriz Colomina.
In the new book "Barber Osgerby Projects," the design firm delves into several of its iconic works, from the Tip Ton Chair to the 2012 London Summer Olympics torch.
Why not 3D-knit a nylon chair? Designers today are applying a wide range of new technologies and materials to outdoor products.