Collection by Kelsey Keith

Inside the Armory Show with Bade Stageberg Cox

Like
Comment
Share

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.

Like New York City, the fair is organized as a grid of blocks, punctuated by open spaces that provide places of social...
For the Planar Chair, BSC attempted to reduce the chair typology to the fewest planes possible "according to its...
The Planar Chair is fabricated in plywood using digital tools, and each seat locks together without glue or fasteners,...
Home Made, a series of table and chair sets and what the firm calls "the basic building block of a domestic space," is...
The first production run was donated to Camba Inc., a non-profit organization serving people in need.
For The Armory Show 2012, Bade Stageberg Cox collected chairs off the New York City streets and covered them in bright...
Everybody loves feedback. Be the first to add a comment.
The author will be notified whenever new comments are added.