From the Editors' Inbox: October 2016
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Architecture and dance collide for two nights of performances (October 27 and 28, 2016), when BalletCollective presents...
For its Collection #3, New York design gallery Chamber has paired with curator Matylda Krzykowski of Depot Basel.
FF Berlage by Donald Beekman is the newest typeface from FontShop.
New York's Museum of Modern Art has just announced the acquisition of NTT DOCOMO’s original set of 176 emoji, first...
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From October 21–November 10, Seletti pops up a shop of surreal rugs featuring the designs of TOILETPAPER's Maurizio...
This year's New Material Award prize goes to Olivier van Herpt, who designed and built a 3D printer that can deposit...
Patrick Parrish Gallery presented this week The Ends of Invention, an exhibition by artist Chris Beeston.
Scent-To-Home is a subscription-style, try-before-you-buy candle service from Keap, a startup founded by two ex-Google...
Artist Alexis Dahan opens a new solo exhibition next month at New York's Coburn Projects gallery.
Continuing its ongoing collaborations with fashion designers, Kartell has just teamed with Paula Cademartori as part of...
Beirut-born and Paris-based Hala Wardé, of HW Architects has been named as the designer for BeMA, the new Beirut Museum...
The weekend of October 15–16, step inside some of New York City's most interesting architecture during Open House New...
On October 28, the Young Artist Initiative presents, in conjunction with the Miami Design District, the exhibition...
With her new Dimensional textile collection for Heath Ceramics, Skinny laMinx designer Heather Moore riffs on three of...
To celebrate their 333rd anniversary, appliance brand Gaggenau created Restaurant 1683, a four-night pop-up that...
Ekaterina Semenova's dairy-dipped ceramics take on warm brown hues when baked in the kiln.
Through October 9, 2016, see the sculptural ceramics of Peter Shire in the exhibition “Peter Shire, A Survey of...
Designer Ida Elkeland's new Ovo-ovO was inspired by palindromic principles—words that read the same both backwards and...
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