Sunday, July 21, 2024
HomeArchitectureAN Interior’s guide to NYCxDesign 2024

AN Interior’s guide to NYCxDesign 2024

It’s time to gear up. On May 16, New York’s design week, otherwise known as NYCxDesign, officially starts, and it’s looking like a good one. The week, which runs through May 23, will see a plethora of panels, exhibitions, soirées, and receptions staged throughout Manhattan, Queens, and Brooklyn. In addition to AN-hosted and moderated shindigs, the festival is slated to be a stacked week for all things design. To help navigate the inbox’s unending invitations and ease any fear of missing out, here is AN’s guide—organized by location—on what to see during 2024’s NYCxDesign festival.

General Assembly for NYCxDesign
Interior architecture firm General Assembly hosts and curates a group exhibit in Brooklyn (Brian W. Ferry)

Time & Materials

Assembly Line
373 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11217
May 15 to June 23

Featuring work from Bowen Liu, Christopher Merchant, Danny Kaplan Studio, Fern, Fort Standard, General Assembly, Jaime Lindahl, Nick Sugihara, Pat Kim, Ravenhill Studio, and Steven Bukowski, Time & Materials is a group exhibition of furniture, lighting, and objects that puts materiality and process at the forefront. The show is curated by Assembly Line founders Colin Stief and Sarah Zames and uses a common design and architecture industry term, “time and materials,” as a reference point for the works on display.

Design Dysphoria
The group exhibition features 17 architects, designers, and artists (M Cooper)

Design Dysphoria

Studio S II
53 Scott Ave Suite 401 Brooklyn, New York 11237
May 18 to May 25

Curated by interiors firm Studio S II, textile artist Liz Collins, and glass and performance artist Grace Whiteside, Design Dysphoria is an exhibition featuring 17 architects, artists, and designers focusing on the importance of queer creative spaces, especially as they relate to the cultivation of art and design. The show includes Vivian Chu, Liz Collins, Pamela Council, Deborah Czeresko, Mark Grattan, and more creatives.

Egg collective eilieen gray
Egg Collective designed the Tribeca showroom to better reflect Eileen Gray’s unrealized home for two sculptors (Nicole Franzen)

Designing Women IV: Eileen Gray’s “House For Two Sculptors”

Egg Collective
151 Hudson Street New York 10013
May 15 to June 15

Design firm Egg Collective returns to the annual, female-focused series Designing Women with a focus on Eileen Gray’s House For Two Sculptors, an unbuilt seaside villa envisioned by Gray that centers around an egg-shaped atelier and entitled E-1027. When Egg Collective came across the drawings, the studio was inspired to reenvision the home through careful staging of their Tribeca showroom. It features work by two sculptors—Taylor Kibby and Molly Haynes—as well as the latest furniture from the collective, including their newest: the cork-framed Eileen Mirror. The show serves as a reminder of the ways in which architecture has and still is structured around men.


Source link

- Advertisment -
Google search engine

Most Popular

Recent Comments