Collection by Kelsey Keith

Striking Memphis-Inspired Designs

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For the last several years, designers have been toying with a distinctly un-minimalist vision of product design. Referencing the postmodern movement of the 1980s, they incorporate mixed geometries, primary colors, and pastiche material treatments.

The work of Italian designer Ettore Sottsass is experiencing something of a renaissance, so an auction of his personal...
Ceramics by Keiichi Tanaka. Functional beauty is the ethos behind the Japanese ceramist’s work.
Labyrinth blanket in Deep Orange by Cristian Zuzunaga.
Kapla small unit by Cedric Ragot for Roche Bobois.
Xystum Color Block vase by CB2. Postmodernism appropriates classical cues in a Pop-y, contemporary manner.
Grey Matter pillow by Nathalie Du Pasquier for Wrong for HAY.
Halo-Halo tiles by Paola Navone for Bisazza.
Considered Objects by David Taylor. Taylor, whose studio is in Stockholm, returns to the U.S.A. in February 2014 for a...
Conny Plank bench by Al Que Quiere.
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