All the designs, exhibitions, and booths that stuck with us during design week earlier this month.
Special events, exhibitions, product launches, and shopping nights offer visitors a kind of self-guided tour through lively commercial neighborhoods.
Metropolis's “ICFF Perspectives: Design/Democracy” will be one small part of ICFF, which has doubled in size over the past three years.
From the new SHoP Architects–designed Pier 17 to designer Anna Karlin's new gallery, there's plenty to see and do in Lower Manhattan.
Glen spoke with Metropolis about how cities—and New York City in particular—can support and benefit from design culture.
In Brooklyn, WantedDesign will launch IC Design Festival, which expands the festival’s five-year collaboration with the borough’s Industry City.
The five prototypes—by designers Brad Ascalon, Joe Doucet, Louis Lim, DYAD, and Hive Public Space—are part of an initiative launched by the not-for-profit Times Square Alliance.
Six New York City–based architects and designers share their top spots for eating, shopping, and hanging out in the city that never sleeps.
From resilient cities to tech-savvy fashion, design school shows offer immersive looks at the interests of a rising generation of designers.
Now in its third year, the Design Pavilion returns to Times Square with a series of interactive temporary installations, talks, and multimedia presentations, as well as Design Market NYC.
There's more design to be seen across New York's museums and galleries. Here are seven of our favorites on view through NYCxDesign.
New York design means more than Manhattan: This year, head to the Brooklyn Museum to see the best of the creative Outer Borough's design offerings.
This year, make sure to get the best out of NYCxDESIGN. Here are our top picks for events and installations happening this month.
Independent designers and retailers have been slowly consolidating their position in the contract furniture industry. Now they’re ready to give established businesses a run for their money.
All of the Danish designer's pieces, marked by muted colors and pure forms, will be showcased at Duravit’s New York showroom during NYCxDESIGN.
Formed in 2015 to address common neighborhood issues, the Soho Design District group has since broadened its scope, collaborating with New York’s art community and educating the public on design history.
Hurricane Sandy was the catalyst that inspired artists DB Lampman and Scott Van Campen to transform their studio into a community-oriented makerspace.
For "Furnishing Utopia: Shaker Design Influence Now," Design Within Reach asked North American and European designers to re-imagine classic Shaker artifacts.
The pavilion will be made up of a market and eight installations, varying from interactive sculpture to a virtual reality station.
In its 29th year, ICFF is poised to launch a new gallery and its first ever multi-brand installation—and it will feature more international brands than ever before.