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Celebrating “America’s First Lady of the Loom”
Dark, A Light, A Bright: The Designs of Dorothy Liebes is the first monographic exhibition of American textile designer Dorothy Liebes in over 50 years.
Inside the High-Tech Interiors Revival
A new wave of designers revisit elements of High-Tech Architecture, creating interiors and objects that are a testament to function as ornament.
Re-Imagined Municipal Museum of Weert, Netherlands Blends Old and New
With a new golden skin, the Museum W re-opens with an exhibition by designer Job Smeets.
Vietnam’s Cuckoo House Reinvents the Shophouse Typology
Designed by Ho Chi Minh City-based architecture firm, Tropical Space, the 3,000-square-foot mixed-use building is designed to keep residents outdoors.
Jane Atfield: The Eco-Conscious Designer Way Ahead of Her Time
Manhattan’s Emma Scully Gallery celebrates the British sustainable design pioneer on the 30th anniversary of her RCP2 Chair, the first chair produced from recycled plastic.