Inside the Armory Show with Bade Stageberg Cox
Brooklyn-based architecture firm Bade Stageberg Cox made their second presentation at the 2013 Armory contemporary art fair earlier this month, using a metaphor for New York City to design the show's staging and circulation. Along with big ticket canvases and cutting-edge media installations, showgoers were also treated to BSC's simple yet rigorous plywood furniture throughout Pier 94.
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Spot welding allows this wire seat to sport such unique geometry, and powder-coating gives it its bright hue.
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