What not to miss at this year's NYCxDesign.
In celebration of the 60th anniversary of Sergio Rodrigues's Mole armchair collection, ESPASSO will be hosting an exhibit which debuts on May 22nd.
Ultraframe showcases a new collection of furniture by UM Project and Apparel, the newest knitted textile by Dutch brand FEBRIK. Presented by Colony Consult. Open May 11-24, 12-6pm.
Lightness: The Full Spectrum at COLONY. Open May 19-24, 12-6pm. Closed Sunday, May 21.
Matter exhibits "Rest Stop" presented by Extell's One Manhattan Square in conjunction with Sight Unseen Presents. May 1-31.
Patrick Parrish Gallery is presenting two solo exhibitions: a collection of hand-built ceramic works by Cody Hoyt and Columbian-inspired functional ceramic sculptures by Chris Wolston.
Australian design brand SP01 will make its U.S. debut with the launch of Over / Under, a concept shop developed in collaboration with Ladies & Gentlemen Studio, a w i n d o w studio, and Various Projects. Read the full article here. Open April 28-June 9, Mon-Fri, 11am-6pm. Saturday by appointment only.
Arper's new seating collections will be on display through artful settings curated by Sight Unseen. Like-minded brands Studio Proba and Good Thing will provide rugs and accessories, rounding out the colorful, minimalistic design vision, which celebrates the company's distinct aesthetic. Open through May 24.
Design Within Reach presents Furnishing Utopia: Shaker Design Influence Now, an independent design collective on exhibition at the brand's SoHo flagship. Read 10 Questions with Studio Gorm, who spearheaded the project. Open May 20-24.
Areaware and Rachel Comey present Dazzled, a site-specific installation by photographer KangHee Kim. Presented in conjunction with Sight Unseen Presents. May 17-23.
Commune and Adam Pogue will debut a new collection of window panels, custom ottomans, and small rugs displayed as built environments in the four windows of ER Butler. Open May 17-June 30.
Afterglow, Lindsey Adelman's inaugural group show at her studio's NoHo showroom, showcases fixtures by Mary Wallis and Karl Zahn, along with cushions by Print All Over Me and Project No. 8. Read the full article here. Open May 11-31, M-F, 12-6pm.
Tom Strong's personal collection of hundreds of Braun products by Dieter Rams, in honor of Rams's 85th birthday this year. Open May 3-24.
UK-based designers Jordan and Russell, founders of 2LG Studio, debut their 2LG x Custhom print collection on Ligne Roset furniture in a special exhibition.
New paintings, sculpture, and furniture by Gabriela Valenzuela-Hirsch and emerging Costa Rican artists. May 22-June 2.
Egg Collective presents Designing Women, a group show that features contemporary female designers. May 1-26. Read 10 Questions with Egg Collective founders Stephanie Beamer, Crystal Ellis, and Hillary Petrie.
14 pieces from the PPP archives that have never before been in production for the public, plus the U.S. debut of 6 limited-edition pieces by Belgian metal designer Lust, 10 new pieces by Naggar, and Salvaterra’s striking black and white photography. Opens May 22 at Ralph Pucci New York.
With an exhibition designed by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance, the Folia collection is inspired by the Vosges forest where Saint-Louis crystal has been fabricated since 1586. Opens May 16.
Vitra and Artek designs reimagined in textiles by Hella Jongerius for Vitra and Raf Simons for Kvadrat. With the latest rugs by Nanimarquina. May 19-24.
Chamber Gallery presents Room With Its Own Rules, a collection that will feature newly commissioned, one-of-a-kind and limited-edition design objects made exclusively by women. May 2-July 15.
London-based designer Marcin Rusak exhibits Flora Noir, a compendious body of nature-inspired furnishings at Twenty First Gallery in West Chelsea. Read the full article here. May 12-June 16.
Designed by Louis Lim, Mobius is an interactive, circular bench. Activated by touch, it transforms with light. At WantedDesign Manhattan.
The brand’s new conceptual space, designed for its 10th anniversary.
Stockholm studio Hem will unveil an installation at WeWork Bryant Park created in collaboration with Philippe Malouin. The showcase will address the future of workspace design through an exploration of screen solutions. Open May 19-23, 11am-5pm.
MoMA Design Store presents the exclusive U.S. launch of Arita 2016/, a new contemporary porcelain brand designed in collaboration with Japanese craftsmen. The collection combines the talents of ten potteries, renowned for their production of porcelain, with sixteen international designers.
Lee Broom has designed four menswear windows at Bergdorf Goodman. Open throughout NYCxDESIGN until early June. Read the full article here.