Forces of Nature Exhibit at 19 Greek Street
Designer Norman Cherner created his molded plywood stools in the late 1950s. They are available in counter or bar height, and can feature either a wood or a metal base.
This is a retrospective of the work of Pritzker Prize–winning architect Norman Foster and his architectural firm, Foster + Partners. The exhibition is scheduled to coincide with the grand opening of the new Foster–designed Winspear Opera House in the Dallas Center for Performing Arts, and will feature drawings, renderings, photographs, models and videos of work from the past four decades.
- Eyjólfur Palsson and his Reykjavic-based Epal Furniture emporium have supported and championed Icelandic design since the 1970s.
- The recent fifth edition of Sofia Design Week in Bulgaria's capital city marked a milestone for this international festival devoted to design and visual culture from Eastern Europe and beyond.
- Sidle up to your local living room bar with these classic, old school barstools.
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- I occasionally head over to ArchNewsNow to keep abreast of the latest happenings in the architectural press, but until today I had overlooked Norman Weinstein's wonderful series of essays…
- Hello, sports fans! That's right: Milan's annual design fair happens next week, and it's big, bad, and enough of an endurance test to qualify as spring training.