Honorable Mentions from World Views
In our World Views contest, we teamed up with Blurb and challenged our readers to share their view of the modern world. You heard our call and we were incredibly impressed by the hundreds of submissions that flooded in. We've decided to share a number of our personal favorites that, while they might not have won the prize, are certainly due more than just a high five.
All of the entries you see in the following slideshow are also featured in our first-ever photo book World Views. Of the hundreds of photos submitted we culled together the 3 winners and 62 honoroable mentions that jumped out at our judges. Check out the grand prize winner and two runners up here. Though the competition wrapped up, we hope that World Views has encouraged you to break out your cameras, get the creativity rolling, and take in old sites in a new light.
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- As the weekend approaches, we've gathered ten of our most popular homes on Dwell this week for your perusal.
- Toronto, Ontario, is one metropolis that never ceases to amaze me with its never-ceasing construction.
- When the David Zwirner gallery decided to expand their Chelsea presence, they turned to a familiar face.
- In our World Views photography competition, we teamed up with Blurb and challenged Dwellers everywhere to take a shot and share their view of the modern world.
- The thirteenth annual Interior Design Show (IDS) of Toronto—one of Canada's largest contemporary design shows—took place January 27th-30th.
Denver-based filmmaker Amie Knox of A bar K Productions shot the documentary on location in Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Makkum, Indianapolis and New York. The half-hour film explores Jongerius’ design process through interviews with the designer and her assistants, the manufacturers of her designs and the curators and retailers who admire her work. This seminal designer and her influence are discussed by leading figures in international design, including Paola Antonelli (The Museum of Modern Art, New York), R. Craig Miller (Indianapolis Museum of Art) and New York design retailer Murray Moss. Manufacturers of her designs are also featured, including Rolf Fehlbaum (Vitra), Michael Maharam (Maharam), and Jan Tichelaar (Royal Tichelaar, Makkum).
Jongerius and filmmaker Arnie Knox will be onhand after the screening for a Q&A.
New York City is a design laboratory— one that constantly reinvents its landscape while embracing new ideas and possibilities.
Dwell on Design NY (DODNY) shares that ethos as it upends the standard "design show" format by constructing a forum for unique ideas and a fresh point-of-view.
Join us as we dive deep with commercial designers, architects, manufacturers and you. Together, we’ll evaluate design, solve problems and innovate through research, technology, and ingenuity.
At the core of this discourse are “hot buttons” that are rapidly evolving within the world of contract design:
— Learning spaces
— Hospitality venues
— Public spaces
— Urban Infrastructure
Join the candid conversation and lively debate on the future of design, with large-scale installations created by renowned brands that are not only relevant, but also inﬂuential.
Location: 82 Mercer, SoHo, New York City
Schedule of Events:
October 6-8: Launch events around the city during Dwell Design Week NY
October 9-11: DODNY at 82MERCER with two trade days and one consumer day focused on contract design. All day conference programming, design installations, new ideas and more.
October 11-12: Modern Home Tours with a showcase of the most innovative, design-forward dwellings in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Get an up close look at some of the most interesting residential design in New York.
- We often feature the space-saving apartments of Brooklyn and Manhattan here at Dwell, but there is modern design to be found all over the state of New York.