Cite Goes to America
A day before it closed, I got to go and see an exhibit at CITE called "Cite Goes to America." Curated by Alissia Melka-Teichroew and her husband Jan Habraken, they created a 400-square-foot skeleton house. Inside is a collection of work from American-based designers from all over the globe. It's a melting pot of design which is just what American design is all about.
Here are some of my favorites.
Evan Clabots: Slightly Awkward desk lamp, nonlinearstudio.com
Jointed Jewels by AMT Studio, byamt.com
Super Bowl; is this not the perfect spot for keys? paulloebach.com
Lindsey Adelman: Terrarium Bubble Pendant, lindseyadelman.com
One & Co for Council; the combination of the lines of the chair and the color is incredible. councildesign.com
Skeleton house by Alissia Melka-Teichrow and Jan Habraken