At the Plant 7 design center, Beyond the Mask explores black and African diaspora design while Terra Incognita surveys contemporary experimentation in ceramics.
Black Mountain: An Interdisciplinary Experiment, 1933–1957 originally accompanied a 2015 exhibition by the same name at Berlin’s Hamburger Bahnhof.
From the young firm tapping into the Tar Heel state's craft roots, to an ever-evolving furniture industry, North Carolina continues to build upon its design legacy.
The Asheville, North Carolina–based design duo Shelter Collective grounds its practice in the personal and place-based.
Three furniture manufacturers from the Tar Heel State discuss how their companies have adapted to a shifting market.
Decades of investment by the university system are paying off and many industries are looking to North Carolina's Research Triangle for meaningful innovation.