Sight Unseen interviews MatterMade designer Jonathan Nesci who talks about his influences, including Tony Smith who designed this sculpture, as well as other notables. Read the interview and see the slideshow here.
Michael Anastassiades teamed up with marble company Henraux for Wallpaper magazine's Handmade 2013. "Miracle Chips," inspired by those cellophane fish found in fortune cookies, was the result. Behind the scenes slideshow of the process here.
This is the pull fob on the Woodrum Table light from the new Roman and Williams collection for MatterMade. That's all.
MoMA presents its first major exhibition on the work of Le Corbusier, encompassing his work as an architect, interior designer, artist, city planner, writer, and photographer. Its the largest exhibition ever produced in New York of his work. Only up until September!
London's Tatton Park invited artists to create installations addressing the subject of flight. This work by Olivier Grossetete takes advantage of the physical properties of helium.
In case you missed it, check out the Core77 Questionaire with MatterMade designer Paul Loebach. They're asking the tough questions, like "How do you procrastinate?"
We would all like a valet of our own just like in Downton Abby. But then again, it does seem a little old fasioned. Perhaps we'll compromise and go with something more modern: Soren Rose's Gentleman's Valet.
The Guggenheim show looks pretty good from the picures we've seen and its currently at the top of our list of things to do. Art, architecture, and light. What more is there?
Max Lipsey just sent us this image of a prototype he is developing--the bar stool version of his Acciaio Stool. Looking good Max. Available this summer.
New lights from Michael Anastassiades hanging out in the living room. If you're in Milan see them at Euroluce, Hall 13, Stand D07.