Emeco + Konstantin Grcic collaboration at the New Parrish Art Museum in South Hampton, NYC. Based on local materials from local manufacturers, Konstantin Grcic matches recycled aluminum and retrieved timber with the bare building. The interior installation includes tables, café and lounge chairs by Emeco, the Parrish Collection will be launched at the Milan Furniture Fair in April 2013.
Very curious to sit in these little creatures.∞
Frank Lloyd Wright designed this 2,500-square-foot spiral home in Phoenix for his son David in 1952. Its present state: controversial.∞
Eight year old girl schools Dwell magazine
Actually… that was pretty much the point of the article and Ms. Stenger here was in agreement. Olivia rules.∞
Alexander Girard’s living room, circa 1951 when he was working in the textile department of Herman Miller’s Detroit office.∞
Killer outfits, killer hair, killer vibes, killer dance moves, killer beat. Solange wins again!∞
I contributed to this Dwell response to last week’s New York Times story on the design classics of 2050. Of course now I have many second thoughts, including the Font Clock and Hella Jongerius’s Repeat textiles.
Justification for aforementioned font clock: “On a smaller scale, Sebastian Wrong’s font clock for Established & Sons symbolizes to a tee the era of design since 2000. We’re living in an internet age in which typography has become a part of pop culture no longer relegated to kerning-happy designers. The Font Clock isn’t terribly expensive, and it’s quirky yet massively appealing.”∞
Pitchfork is getting into the features game with a new series called “Cover Story.” Here’s one on Cat Power.∞