Collection by Jordan Kushins

NY Design Week 2011: Day One


NoHo is oh-so-hip, with lots of design happenings to check out this week. If you're in New York, a trip to Great Jones Street is a damn good bet. From The Future Perfect to Sight Unseen's pop-up shop to the American Design Club's Use Me exhibit (and more!), there's lots of great stuff to see. Click through to the slideshow to see a few of our favorite things.

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Designer Matt Gagnon (and his pal, Gorman) plan on making 40 Prototype lamps in the window at The Future Perfect this...
Wowie. The Future Perfect is awesome. So many amazing pieces in one place.
I get a lot of guff at work for my unabashed Donna Wilson fandom, but c'mon.... These rugs for SCP are absolutely...
Sideshow! textiles by Richard Saja at The Future Perfect.
Just a few doors down Sight Unseen took over a building that was vacant until just about a week ago.
A close-up of a McMasterpiece pendant lamp by David Weeks, made with a tubular incandescent bulb and a glass jug.
Warcraft, a very cool collection by Uhuru Design, has an amazing back story.
Lighting by Lindsay Adelman, with furniture by Paul Loebach.
A close-up of the dramatic display by Lindsay Adelman, who is an expert user of blown-glass.
Brendan Ravenhill's floor lamps matched the industrial aesthetic of the space.
Love these Bow Bins—the perfect combo of upcycling and craftsmanship—designed by Cordula Kehrer for Areaware, on...
Minimal pendants, tables, and chairs by Iacoli & McAllister.
The American Design Club curated an exhibition on the third floor of the building called Use Me, emphasizing various...
The ground floor housed the Sight Unseen pop-up shop.
Okay, this is not in NoHo, but I loved this people-packed wallpaper at The Standard hotel down in the Meatpacking...