Luckily for us the inventive, modern and pioneering vision of Zaha Hadid lives on through the firm Zaha Hadid Architects. 520West28 is one of their recent residential projects right off the High Line in New York, stop by for the Pop Up Gallery featuring a few of her iconic buildings and interior design accessories.
Mid century furniture at Organic Modernism where many pieces are exquisitely crafted from leather, bronze and American Walnut. All made with an eye to luxury but not a luxury price tag.
Architecture and Design Film Festival and Soho Design District Short Films Walk in New York last night was a success. There were viewings of numerous short films at participating showrooms in the Soho Design District where you also got a chance to view fabulous furniture, lighting and other interior design products. One of the best… Continue reading Short Films Walk 2018
Spring Market begins today at D&D Building in New York, looking forward to the many great creative interior decor that will be featured today. Featuring one of my favorite showrooms – Armani Casa…more to come from them this week as well. Garrett Leather Showroom and Made Goods black and white table John Rosselli and Associates… Continue reading Decoration and Design
New York City Design Week continues with WantedDesign hosted at Industry City, Brooklyn and Terminal Stores, New York City. WantedDesign offers a platform for up-and-coming design studios, independent designers and established brands to tell their stories reaching a new and wider audience. As globally inclusive show they have brands from Turkey, USA, China, Chile, El… Continue reading WantedDesign
The modern sculptural elegance of Rick Owen always seem ahead of the times. Styles available at Bergdorf Goodman, New York.
Zie Otto – Americanoh-New Glory White Tina Fire, Photograph on Fine Art Paper. Agora Gallery, NY. His subjects are usually relegated to the foreground. “Like a movie director, he allows his subjects to hide behind a mask of emotional expressivity: a look concealing the subjectivity of the person who actually gives it.”