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9 Highlights from the New Class of Danish Design Greats

Designmuseum Danmark unveils a permanent collection highlighting new developments in Danish design.
February 12, 2016
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These Lamps Blur the Line Between Art and Object

At Brooklyn's 99¢ Plus gallery, 30 artists and designers re-imagine the lamp in an illuminating light show.
February 4, 2016
Camera Lucida artist's studio in Austria

5 Studios for Working and Playing

Get inspired by studios for artists and architects that harness the creative spirit.
January 21, 2016
The Bauhaus #itsalldesign Vitra Design Museum

A New Book from the Vitra Design Museum Examines the Legacy of the Bauhaus

Delve into the game-changing art and design movement with a new tome from Vitra. As its social-media-ready title reminds us: #itsalldesign.
December 28, 2015
The gallery at Tortoise General Store

A Cute Mom-and-Pop Shop in L.A. Showcases the Latest Japanese Design

Tortoise General Store stocks a specialized inventory imported from Japan.
December 26, 2015
Eames Chair

Instagram Account We Love: Midcentury Classics from Southern California

A design collector and dealer based in San Diego, Steve Aldana of Esoteric Survey spotlights modernist objects and architecture from postwar California. His feed is a visual delight for midcentury devotees, with gems such as Richard Neutra’s Kaufmann Desert House in Palm Springs, original Eames wire chairs, and even a vintage BMW or two.
December 19, 2015
Lightroom Facade

A Home, Studio, and Gallery Support a Growing Art Scene in Georgia

A forward-thinking architect builds a multifunctional structure with a burgeoning community in mind.
December 16, 2015
Thibaud Herem Grand Budapest Hotel

Instagram Account We Love: Incredibly Detailed Drawings of London Landmarks (and Wes Anderson Sets)

Though they could pass for computer-generated renderings, French illustrator Thibaud Herem’s
November 7, 2015
Donald Judd's yellow Cor-Ten sculptures at David Zwirner Gallery.

Donald Judd's Little-Known Cor-Ten Steel Sculptures

Design heads extoll the rectilinear, plywood creations of modernist Donald Judd (1928-1994), whose four-decade body of self-described “specific objects” posed visceral meditations on scale, space, and context. But few may be familiar with Judd’s Cor-Ten steel sculptures, which he began to produce in 1989, just a few years before his death. The uniquely oxidizing metal surfaces introduced new avenues of chance, color, and tactility to his longtime signature for smooth, machine-made surfaces of Plexiglas, metal, and wood.
October 16, 2015
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