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New in Brooklyn: 10 Hip Coffee Shops, Offices, Apartments, and More

With NYCxDESIGN and Brooklyn Designs at the Brooklyn Navy Yards about to get underway, we’ve rounded up the most recent projects in New York City’s buzziest borough, including warm cafés and reading rooms, fresh offices, and light-filled apartments.

1. The Center for Fiction by BKSK Architects Brings Books and Sustainability to Brooklyn

The Center for Fiction started out as the Mercantile Library in 1821 and moved locations throughout Manhattan over the years. In 2008, it was rebranded, and more than 10 years later, the Center has a permanent home in a new downtown Brooklyn building by BKSK Architects with sustainability in mind. Read more about the bookstore/library/café

2. StudiosC Creates Positive/Negative Volumes for L&R Distributors in Brooklyn

L&R distributes more cosmetics than any other American company—25 brands and 8,000 SKUs in all. Its new corporate headquarters in Brooklyn’s Industry City circulates something else: a wide variety of staff, each with their own spatial needs, within what StudiosC principal Stephen Conte calls “an industrial blank canvas.” Read more about the office

3. Gensler Fashions a New Brooklyn Showroom for Lafayette 148

Brooklyn’s Navy Yard is among the most fashionable new areas in the borough, but until Lafayette 148 decided to leave its seven-floor SoHo digs and venture across the water, there wasn’t a fashion brand that called the historic concrete warehouse home. Gensler made sure the 68,000-square-foot headquarters, comprised of 15 different departments and large community work cafes, was as rousing as the exterior landscapes. Read more about the showroom

4. Idan Naor Thinks Horizontally for a Brooklyn Brownstone

The archetypical Brooklyn brownstone is a study in verticality, with a few stories of narrow corridors and dark rooms piled atop each other. However, when the local Idan Naor Workshop got the chance to reprogram a gem from the 1920s into a 5-unit apartment building, they decided on a different direction: horizontal. This 2,350-square-foot apartment jettisons the piles of hallways and instead utilizes a gallery to connect public areas to the three bedrooms, while ample natural light floods the expansive open plan. Read more about the brownstone

5. Five Retail Wonderlands Subvert Reality

This retail environment at Gray Matters brings customers into a product-inspired wonderland. Riffing on the brand’s Mildred Egg mule, Bower Studios chose table bases that are ovoids of painted resin composite. See all five stores

6. The Wing Brings Custom-Designed Mother’s Rooms to Brooklyn Office Buildings

When thinking of comfortable and relaxing spaces for a mother to pump or otherwise care for an infant, the office is likely ranked dead last. Audrey Gelman and Lauren Kassan, cofounders of the women’s co-working space, The Wing, want to change that. Gelman and Kassan have mobilized The Wing’s internal design team to bring secure, private spaces for working moms into the close-knit community of offices in DUMBO, starting with office buildings under Two Trees Management. Read more about the rooms

7. Jessica Helgerson Interior Design Brews Up a Stumptown Café in a Brooklyn Firehouse

New York relies on coffee shops almost as much as municipal services. Now the two are merging—architecturally, at least—thanks to Stumptown Coffee Roasters’ first Brooklyn café, housed in an 1860’s former firehouse in leafy Cobble Hill. Jessica Helgerson Interior Design re-envisioned, along with the help of Structure NYC, the 1,875-square-foot space, most recently an indoor archery studio. Read more about the café

8. Coliving Goes Grand at a Restored Clinton Hill Mansion

A 6,200-square-foot row house on Grand Street in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn is the newest of Common’s coliving spaces. Built in 1901, Common restored the five-floor home to function for 23 people. Rather than keeping with the two-family tradition, Common densified the historic mansion in order to make the most of the much-desired square footage that Brooklyn has to offer. Read more about the house

9. LOT Office for Architecture Designs Oasis-Like Digs for Devoción in Downtown Brooklyn

When Devoción‘s first location opened in Williamsburg, Brooklynites delighted at the roastery’s oasis-like design and authentic Colombian brews. The beloved coffeehouse has returned for round two with a 1,700-square-foot space near the borough’s bustling downtown corridor. Greek-American firm LOT Office for Architecture spearheaded interiors that honor local traditions and mother nature in equal measure. Read more about the café

10. Inside Ample Hills Creamery’s Brand-New Exhibition Space in Brooklyn

As if the ice cream wasn’t draw enough. Jackie Cuscuna and Brian Smith, founders of Ample Hills Creamery, have just opened the largest ice-cream factory in all of New York City—and have included an interactive museum, like a cherry on top. A brick building, part of the former Beard Street Warehouses complex in Red Hook, contains 12,500 square feet of production space, plus 2,000 more for exhibits, party areas, and of course a retail shop by Danielle Galland Interior Design. Read more about the factory

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Interior Design’s Market Live 2019 Brings Together Designers and New Brands

On the eve of NYCxDESIGN, 14 brands from around the country offered designers a look at their latest offerings at Interior Design’s Market Live event. Held on May 9, the manufacturers and artisans presented a curated selection of textiles, surfaces, lighting, and other products to more than 140 guests at the magazine’s New York City headquarters. The evening offered an opportunity for specifiers to learn about new manufacturers in the marketplace while mingling with fellow industry professionals over drinks and bites. The gathering was an intimate and inspiring way to get in the spirit of design before another exciting NYCxDESIGN kicks off. 

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See the 2019 Kips Bay Decorator Show House

Photography by Marco Ricca.

 

Springtime holds a special place in the heart of New Yorkers; as the city thaws and NYCxDesign draws ever closer, the annual reveal of the Kips Bay Decorator Show House never fails to kick off the season on a high note. This year was no exception. A total of 23 designers overhauled the 22-room, 12,000 square-foot Upper East Side residence chosen to host this year’s Show House.

The show of top talent in architecture and interior design draws thousands of visitors per year to benefit the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club. Each designer was given seven weeks to completely overhaul their assigned rooms in the residence, which opened to the public on May 2 and will remain open through May 30. Kohler, AJ Madison, Hearst Design Group, Morgan Stanley, Benjamin Moore, Cambria, The Rug Company, The Shade Store, New York Design Center, and Schumacher sponsored this year’s Show House.

Read More: Stars of Design Shine Brightly at the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club President’s Dinner

Highlights from the transformed property, located at 36-38 East 74th Street, include Sheila Bridges‘ delightfully playful Salon des Chiens near the entryway. What would traditionally be the home’s reception area was transformed by Bridges into a space for dogs and their walkers to clean up after outings about the city and relax.

Upstairs, designer Young Huh turned the top-floor aerie into a feminine artist’s studio. According to Huh, the “environment of strong silhouettes, bold strokes of color and pattern,” celebrate the act of contemplation and creativity. A floor-to-ceiling collage—a wallcovering by Fromental—is evocative of Cubist master George Braques, while eclectic artwork from Cynthia Byrnes Contemporary Art compliments the mood of playful exuberance. 

Several designers, including Corey Damen Jenkins and Associates, Eve Robinson Associates, Paloma Contreras, and Sarah Bartholomew Design, created refreshingly bright studies and libraries for the lady of the house. 

Keep reading to see every room from the 2019 Kips Bay Decorator Show House. The residence is open through May 30, 2019.

Charlotte Moss. Photography by Nicholas Sargent. 
Christopher Peacock. Photography by Nickolas Sargent.
Corey Damen Jenkins and Associates, LLC. Photography by Nickolas Sargent.
Cullman & Kravis Associates. Photography by Nickolas Sargent.
Delaney + Chin. Photography by Luis Sanchez Hernandez.
Eve Robinson Associates. Photography by Marco Ricca.
Gluckstein Design. Photography by Nickolas Sargent.
J. Cohler Mason Design. Photography by Nickolas Sargent.
Jeff Lincoln Interiors, Inc. Photography by Nickolas Sargent.
Jim Dove Design. Photography by Nickolas Sargent.
Katherine Newman Design. Photography by Nickolas Sargent.
Matthew Monroe Bees. Photography by Nickolas Sargent.
Paloma Contreras. Photography by Nickolas Sargent.
Pappas Miron. Design Photography by Nickolas Sargent.
Peter Pennoyer Architects. Photography by Nickolas Sargent.
Richard Rabel Interiors + Art, LTD. Photography by Nickolas Sargent.
Robert Passal Interior Design in collaboration with Daniel Kahan Architecture. Photography by Nickolas Sargent.
Sarah Bartholomew Design. Photography by Nickolas Sargent.
Sheila Bridges Design, Inc. Photography by Nickolas Sargent.
Studio DB. Photography by Matthew Williams Photography.
Vicente Wolf Associates. Photography by Vicente Wolf.
Young Huh LLC. Photography by Ngoc Minh Ngo.

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NYCxDESIGN 2019 Event Calendar

Check out exhibitions, panel discussions, and other creative happenings during NYCxDESIGN2019, taking place in New York City May 10-22 and including ICFF, WantedDesign, and Brooklyn Designs. Follow #NYCxDESIGN on Twitter for live updates from the events!

May 2-31

Monday-Saturday 11am-5pm; Tuesday & Thursday 11am-8pm; Sunday 12pm-5pm

Event: 47th Annual Kips Bay Decorator Show House23 interior designers have transformed a 12,000-square-foot Upper East Side residence; tickets benefit the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club

Location: 36-38 East 74th St.

May 8-24

Event: Ateliernovo pop-up shop in SoHo

Location: 96 Grand St.

May 10-12 | Friday 11am-9pm, Saturday-Sunday 11am-6pm

Event: Brooklyn Designs, showcasing design, architecture, and art talent based in Brooklyn

Location: Brooklyn Navy Yard, Building 77, 141 Flushing Ave., Brooklyn

May 9 – June 28 | 10am-6pm, open Tuesday-Saturday

Event: Kasmin gallery presents Jasper Morrison‘s solo exhibition of furniture.

Location: 297 Tenth Ave.

May 10 | 10am-6pm

Event: Nature Salons, co-organized with Cube design museum in the Netherlands, is an exhibition at the Cooper Hewitt featuring more than 60 groundbreaking works from designers across all disciplines who are collaborating with scientists, engineers, farmers, environmentalists, and nature itself to design a more harmonious and regenerative future.

Location: 2 E 91st St.

May 10-22 | 10am-6pm

Event: 1stdibs & Female Design Council present an exhibition of work by female artists and designers.

Location: Terminal Stores, 269 11th Ave., Lobby 4 – Floor 7

May 12 | 3pm-4pm

Event: Brooklyn Designs and Richard Beavers Gallery present “Storytelling with Art:” Learn the tools of the trade from interior designer Leyden Lewis of Leyden Lewis Design Studio and gallerist Richard Beavers of Richard Beavers Gallery.

Location: Brooklyn Navy Yard, Building 77, 141 Flushing Ave., Brooklyn 

May 12-14 | 8am-5pm

Event: Calico Wallpaper & Workstead lighting and wallpaper installation

Location: 220 Church St.

May 12-28

Event: Kin & Company and Asa Pingree present “Inside/Out,” an installation of avant-garde outdoor furniture from 20+ designers.

Location: Vale Park at the William Vale, 111 N 12th St., Brooklyn

May 13-15

Event: Design Pavilion presents the 2019 series of Design Talks NYC: a series of fascinating and culturally engaged conversations and stories.

Location: 4 Times Square (between West 42nd and West 43rd Streets at Broadway)

May 15 – June 28

Event: Pelle presents its conceptual lighting design installation.

Location: 56 W 22nd St., 8th Floor

May 16-20 | 11am-6pm

Event: WantedDesign Brooklyn at Industry City, a free, open-to-the-public event featuring exhibitions and workshops.

Location: Industry City, 274 36th St., Brooklyn

May 16 | Hours and events vary from showroom to showroom

Event: Tribeca Design DistrictA variety of showrooms and galleries in the neighborhood will be open for extended hours, cocktail receptions, and exhibit openings. 

Location: Key showrooms include Colony at 324 Canal St., 2nd Floor; David Weeks Studio at 38 Walker St.; Urban Archeology at 158 Franklin St.; Montauk Sofa at 42 Lispenard St.; and Stillfried Wien at 40 Walker St.

May 16 | 11am-7pm

Event: Pas De Calais x Trueing: Trueing’s newest lighting collection, Cerine, launches at the SoHo flagship of Pas de Calais.

Location: 482 Broome St.

May 17-31

Event: British designer Paul Smith partners with ceramics designer 1882 Ltd. to launch the Stack collection of limited-edition vases.

Location: 142 Greene St.

May 17-September 2

Event: A/D/O by MINI and Studio INI present “Urban Imprint” installation on people and the built environment.

Location: 29 Norman Ave., Greenpoint, Brooklyn

May 17-27 | 10am-7pm Monday-Saturday, 12pm-6pm Sunday

Event: Design Within Reach and Entireworld present “Dome Life” shoppable retail pop-up and installation.

Location: 110 Greene St.

May 17 – June 17 | 6pm-9pm

Event: USM & kinder MODERN present an installation of furniture and decorative art featuring custom furniture pieces commissioned by kM that include Elyse Graham, Fort Standard, and Paul Ketz.

Location: 28 Greene St.

May 17-22 | 10am-7pm

Event: Lee Broom will debut new editions of key pieces from his award-winning Observatory lighting collection.

Location: 34 Greene St.

May 17-31 | 10am-6pm

Event: Colony Art/Design Cooperative presents “Pas de Deux” exhibition: Colony’s designers will showcase a new work of design, furniture, lighting, textiles, or object, paired with a work of fine art of their choosing.

Location: 324 Canal St., 2nd Floor

May 17 – June 17 | 11am-6pm

Event: “Common Ground,” a showroom installation, will feature lighting and styled vignettes of spaces by both Henrybuilt and Ladies & Gentlemen Studio.

Location: 12 Crosby St.

May 18-21 | Saturday/Sunday/Monday 10am-7pm, Tuesday 10am-5pm

Event: WantedDesign Manhattan at the Terminal Stores, featuring more than 110 exhibitors plus workshops and Launch Pad 2019 for emerging designers. No fee for trade registrations; two-day public pass tickets available for Saturday-Sunday.

Location: Terminal Stores, 269 11th Ave.

May 18 | 2pm-3pm

Event: Be Original Americas panel discussion: Michael Hsu, a design and technology writer, will lead a panel of creative experts on Bauhaus design, including Carlo Gasparini, design manager for Alessi; Susan Lyons, president of Designtex; and Ben Watson, chief creative officer of Herman Miller.

Location: Terminal Stores, 269 11th Ave.

May 18 | 5pm-9pm

Event: Join Artemide in celebrating NYCxDesign at their SoHo showroom to preview the brand’s latest lighting innovations.

Location: 46 Greene St.

May 18-24 | 11am-7pm

Event: Next Level presents a designer-led and curated exhibition, paper lantern installation by NYC artists, and panels on sustainability and women in design.

Location: 718 Broadway

May 18 | 6:30pm-9pm

Event: Luceplan is hosting a preview of their American product launches and a presentation from designer Stephen Burks on the brand’s latest “all-in-one” acoustical solution, Trypta.

Location: 14 Wooster St.

May 19-24 | 10am-6pm

Event: “Cassina as Seen by Karl Lagerfeld,” a presentation of Cassinafurniture as photographed by Karl in Gerhard Steidl’s new book.

Location: 151 Wooster St.

May 19 | 2pm

Event: Tarkett & AIA NY present a design talk focused on design process and climate change.

Location: Terminal Stores, 269 11th Ave.

May 19-21 | 10am-5pm May 19, 10am-6pm May 20 – 21

Event: ICFF (trade only)

Location: Javits Center, 655 W 34th St.

May 20 | 2pm-3pm

Event: Next Level and Here Projects present a panel discussion on the impact of black culture in contemporary art, moderated by interior designer Everick Brown.

Location: 718 Broadway

May 20 | 5pm Cocktail Hour, 6pm-7pm Awards, 7pm-10pm ICFF Party

Event: NYCxDesign Awards, where winners will be announced live at the award ceremony hosted by Cindy Allen, Editor in Chief of Interior Design

Location: Pier 17, 89 South St.

May 22 | 10am-4pm

Event: ICFF (public and trade)

Location: Javits Center, 655 W 34th St.

May 22 | 11am-6pm

Event: Egg Collective‘s Tribeca showroom opens with collaborative designs by Callidus Guild and Hiroko Takeda and contemporary art by Mimi Jung, Kristina Riska, Matthew King, and more will be on view.

Location: 151 Hudson St.

Read more: Check out the 2019 Kips Bay Decorator Show House

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New in Brooklyn: 10 Hip Coffee Shops, Offices, Apartments, and More

With NYCxDESIGN and Brooklyn Designs at the Brooklyn Navy Yards about to get underway, we’ve rounded up the most recent projects in New York City’s buzziest borough, including warm cafés and reading rooms, fresh offices, and light-filled apartments.

1. The Center for Fiction by BKSK Architects Brings Books and Sustainability to Brooklyn

The Center for Fiction started out as the Mercantile Library in 1821 and moved locations throughout Manhattan over the years. In 2008, it was rebranded, and more than 10 years later, the Center has a permanent home in a new downtown Brooklyn building by BKSK Architects with sustainability in mind. Read more about the bookstore/library/café

2. StudiosC Creates Positive/Negative Volumes for L&R Distributors in Brooklyn

L&R distributes more cosmetics than any other American company—25 brands and 8,000 SKUs in all. Its new corporate headquarters in Brooklyn’s Industry City circulates something else: a wide variety of staff, each with their own spatial needs, within what StudiosC principal Stephen Conte calls “an industrial blank canvas.” Read more about the office

3. Gensler Fashions a New Brooklyn Showroom for Lafayette 148

Brooklyn’s Navy Yard is among the most fashionable new areas in the borough, but until Lafayette 148 decided to leave its seven-floor SoHo digs and venture across the water, there wasn’t a fashion brand that called the historic concrete warehouse home. Gensler made sure the 68,000-square-foot headquarters, comprised of 15 different departments and large community work cafes, was as rousing as the exterior landscapes. Read more about the showroom

4. Idan Naor Thinks Horizontally for a Brooklyn Brownstone

The archetypical Brooklyn brownstone is a study in verticality, with a few stories of narrow corridors and dark rooms piled atop each other. However, when the local Idan Naor Workshop got the chance to reprogram a gem from the 1920s into a 5-unit apartment building, they decided on a different direction: horizontal. This 2,350-square-foot apartment jettisons the piles of hallways and instead utilizes a gallery to connect public areas to the three bedrooms, while ample natural light floods the expansive open plan. Read more about the brownstone

5. Five Retail Wonderlands Subvert Reality

This retail environment at Gray Matters brings customers into a product-inspired wonderland. Riffing on the brand’s Mildred Egg mule, Bower Studios chose table bases that are ovoids of painted resin composite. See all five stores

6. The Wing Brings Custom-Designed Mother’s Rooms to Brooklyn Office Buildings

When thinking of comfortable and relaxing spaces for a mother to pump or otherwise care for an infant, the office is likely ranked dead last. Audrey Gelman and Lauren Kassan, cofounders of the women’s co-working space, The Wing, want to change that. Gelman and Kassan have mobilized The Wing’s internal design team to bring secure, private spaces for working moms into the close-knit community of offices in DUMBO, starting with office buildings under Two Trees Management. Read more about the rooms

7. Jessica Helgerson Interior Design Brews Up a Stumptown Café in a Brooklyn Firehouse

New York relies on coffee shops almost as much as municipal services. Now the two are merging—architecturally, at least—thanks to Stumptown Coffee Roasters’ first Brooklyn café, housed in an 1860’s former firehouse in leafy Cobble Hill. Jessica Helgerson Interior Design re-envisioned, along with the help of Structure NYC, the 1,875-square-foot space, most recently an indoor archery studio. Read more about the café

8. Coliving Goes Grand at a Restored Clinton Hill Mansion

A 6,200-square-foot row house on Grand Street in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn is the newest of Common’s coliving spaces. Built in 1901, Common restored the five-floor home to function for 23 people. Rather than keeping with the two-family tradition, Common densified the historic mansion in order to make the most of the much-desired square footage that Brooklyn has to offer. Read more about the house

9. LOT Office for Architecture Designs Oasis-Like Digs for Devoción in Downtown Brooklyn

When Devoción‘s first location opened in Williamsburg, Brooklynites delighted at the roastery’s oasis-like design and authentic Colombian brews. The beloved coffeehouse has returned for round two with a 1,700-square-foot space near the borough’s bustling downtown corridor. Greek-American firm LOT Office for Architecture spearheaded interiors that honor local traditions and mother nature in equal measure. Read more about the café

10. Inside Ample Hills Creamery’s Brand-New Exhibition Space in Brooklyn

As if the ice cream wasn’t draw enough. Jackie Cuscuna and Brian Smith, founders of Ample Hills Creamery, have just opened the largest ice-cream factory in all of New York City—and have included an interactive museum, like a cherry on top. A brick building, part of the former Beard Street Warehouses complex in Red Hook, contains 12,500 square feet of production space, plus 2,000 more for exhibits, party areas, and of course a retail shop by Danielle Galland Interior Design. Read more about the factory

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10 Questions With… Jasper Morrison

The Soft Modular sofa by Jasper Morrison for Vitra. Photography by Marc Eggimann.

“From a very young age, I understood that I had a kind of over-sensitivity to atmospheres,” admits Jasper Morrison. In his desire to influence them, the British designer has become one of the most successful industrial designers of the modern day. Emeco, Flos, Vitra, and Mattiazzi are among his high-profile clients, while the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museumand the Museum of Modern Art in New York are just two of the prominent museums around the world highlighting his work.

In Morrison’s latest collection, a limited-edition cork furniture series launching during NYCxDESIGN this week, faulty wine bottle corks rejected during the production process find new life. To present the collection, Morrison turned to gallery Kasmin in New York—a union which also celebrates a lifelong friendship. In 1970s England, the Chelsea gallery’s owner, Paul Kasmin, was a schoolmate. On view May 9 through June 29, “Corks” unveils Morrison’s first complete series in the material, with a chaise longue, chairs, stools, bookshelves, and a fireplace. Interior Design sat down with Morrison to hear more about the new cork collection, recent Milan launches, and what London restaurant personifies his design mentality with celeriac and a boiled egg.

Interior Design: Why cork?

Jasper Morrison: I have done a few things in cork before and came to understand what a great material it is, both to the touch and in terms of what it does for the atmosphere of a room. It is difficult to do anything big industrially with it, because the material cost is quite high, the machining cost higher, and it needs to be hand-finished—so it really only works for limited production.

ID: What’s the design concept behind the cork pieces?

JM: The process is rather sculptural as the pieces have to be machined out of large blocks of cork. It’s very different from designing things for mass production, which tends to be more about structure than volume. The concept is really just about finding good shapes to make each piece of furniture work well. The material suggests its own formal language, but you need to make sure there’s the right balance of softness and tension in the forms. The repurposed corks come from a producer in Portugal. The primary product produced by cork is still the wine bottle stopper, and they grind these up and form them into blocks under pressure with a glue. I’ve known about this material for many years and have used it for a few smaller pieces, which were economic enough to be made in quantities.

Read more: 10 Questions With… Bethan Gray

“Corks,” a series of limited-edition furniture by Jasper Morrison, on view at gallery Kasmin in New York. Photography courtesy of Jasper Morrison Studio.

ID: What else have you completed recently?

JM: Some new chairs as usual—at any one time I’m always working on at least four or five chairs. At Salone del Mobile this year, I presented a slightly sculptural solid wood chair called Fugu for the Japanese brand Maruni.

For Emeco, a company I have been working with very closely for the last five years or so, I did a cleaning-up job of a few of their heritage pieces—a chair, armchair, and swivel chairs from 1948 known as the Navy Officers collection. When I first saw them, I nicknamed them the ugly sisters. We really had to rework and fine-tune them to make them more appealing for today’s market. From the proportions and thicknesses of structure to upholstery detailing, they really came from another era, when things were done in a very different way. I guess they were made to last, but they were a bit over-the-top in terms of structure.

We also just completed a big collection of tableware called Raami for the Finnish brand Iittala.

ID: What’s upcoming for you?

JM: For Vitra, I have been working on a long-term project that is a quite technologically advanced chair. We hope to launch it in Milan 2020. We are also working on adding to the tableware collection we just finished for Iittala and on another chair for Emeco.

Read more: 15 Young Design Talents to Watch from Salone del Mobile

The Fugu chair by Jasper Morrison for Maruni. Photography courtesy of Maruni.

 

ID: How did your childhood influence your design thinking?

JM: When I was growing up in London in the early 1960s, the standard interior was very claustrophobic and quite gloomy, with a lot of curtains, upholstery, and sofas—everything was heavy and upholstered.

Then, at maybe four or five years old, I discovered this room my grandfather had made for himself. It was in England—but, while working for a Danish company, he had discovered the Scandinavian way of making interiors. I think he had quite a good eye, and the room was well-lit with lots of daylight, wooden floors, and just a few rugs. There was less upholstery and more lightweight seating, a record player by Dieter Rams from the German company Braun, and an open fire. Suddenly I just felt way better in that space, and realizing that there were some places that made me feel good and others that didn’t had a huge effect on me. I’m pretty sure I became a designer to have some influence on my surroundings and to generally improve atmospheres for others as well.

ID: In what kind of home do you live?

JM: I live in a few different homes, but mostly on the south coast of England with my wife and three children. These places are all furnished either with my own designs (for testing purposes) or with other designs I admire. I have a lot of Danish furniture, especially Børge Mogensen and Mogens Koch, but also pieces by Enzo Mari and Achille Castiglioni. There’s a Charlotte Perriand armchair which I got recently which I love. Right now, my Alfi chairs for Emeco are around my dining table. It’s an important learning process to live with things and assess how successful they are or not!

The Lepic kitchen by Jasper Morrison for Schiffini. Photography by Miro Zagnoli.

ID: Is there a person in the industry that you particularly admire?

JM: When Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec hit the scene, I remember describing their design language as like a new color—something you haven’t seen before, something you didn’t expect. They made a big impression on me and today they are still probably the designers I respect the most. Their vision is very individual and they have great design.

ID: Could you name an Instagram account you follow?

JM: There’s a funny little account that actually hardly anyone follows. It’s called @terencepoe and is by architect Terence Poe of Poe + Poe. I share an eye with him somehow and he actually posts a lot of my stuff as well. But that’s not why I’m following him! He posts things that are quite obscure but interesting, which I really like, which I may know and also think are great.

The Zampa stool by Jasper Morrison for Mattiazzi. Photography by Fabian Frinzel.

ID: What are you reading?

JM: “Hokusai: A Life in Drawing,” which is an illustrated introduction by Henri-Alexis Baatsch to the work of Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai, who is somebody I’ve been interested in for a long time. He did a lot of woodblock prints but he also did a lot of drawings, which I like as they’re very human. He just drew these kind of normal things, everyday stuff, and I admire that because that could not have been easy at that time. He was supposed to toe the line and do beautiful drawings of actors and actresses and set pieces, but he just did his own thing. They’re incredibly great drawings and there’s nothing old about them, they’re still very contemporary.

ID: Do you have a secret you can share?

JM: The St. John restaurant Smithfield Supper on St. John Street in Smithfield, London is hardly a secret, but I think they do with food exactly what I do with things. As an example, a French friend of mine went there for dinner and ordered a dish called Celeriac and Boiled Egg. When the plate arrived, it was just a plate of celeriac with a boiled egg on top—with its shell still on. My friend was outraged she had to do all the work, but for me that’s a fantastic example of what they do best. It’s really straightforward: What you order is what you get. That really matches my design philosophy.

Keep scrolling to see more of Jasper Morrison’s work >

The O Watt restaurant, with interior design by Jasper Morrison, in the historic EDP building in Lisbon, Portugal. Photography by Francisco Rivotti.
“Corks,” a series of limited-edition furniture by Jasper Morrison, on view at gallery Kasmin in New York. Photography courtesy of Jasper Morrison Studio.
The Zampa stool by Jasper Morrison for Mattiazzi. Photography by Fabian Frinzel.
The T&O table by Jasper Morrison for Maruni. Photography courtesy of Maruni.
The Superloon adjustable LED panel light by Jasper Morrison for Flos. Photography by Jasper Morrison Studio.
The Palma cast iron cookware set by Jasper Morrison for Oigen. Photography courtesy of Jasper Morrison Studio.
The 2 Inch aluminum table by Jasper Morrison for Emeco. Photography by Miro Zagnoli.
The Navy Officer chair series with an update by Jasper Morrison for Emeco. Photography courtesy of Emeco.

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ICFF 2019 Highlights

Watch highlights from ICFF 2019 at Javits Center in Manhattan. We captured the latest in lighting, bath fixtures, furniture, and more. Video by James Eades and Steven Wilsey.

> Check out our coverage of the 2019 NYCxDESIGN Awards and ICFF party

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Four Hot New Rooftop Bars in NYC

Have a drink in style during NYCxDESIGN at one of these three amazing rooftop bars in Manhattan (and one overlooking JFK airport’s most iconic terminal)—all of which feature cool ambience and great views.

Take in the Glamour of Old Manhattan at Ophelia Lounge

> Yabu Pushelberg and Ian Schrager Bring Style to Times Square with The Terrace

> Lounge Poolside at the Just-Opened TWA Hotel’s Observation Deck

> Enjoy a 360-Degree View of NYC from Fleur Room at the Moxy Chelsea

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2019 NYCxDESIGN Awards Winners and Honorees Announced

Interior Design and ICFF are pleased to announce the winners and honorees in the fourth annual NYCxDESIGN Awards. The awards—which celebrate outstanding talent across major areas of design such as architecture, interiors, furnishings, lighting, and technology—were held Monday night during NYCxDESIGN, New York City’s showcase of global design, featuring more than 500 citywide events. 

Winners and honorees for both Products and Projects in 77 categories were announced during the ceremony at PIER 17 at the South Street Seaport. Stay tuned for full coverage throughout the week. 

***Winners indicated in bold***

Project Finalists:

Category

Project Name

Firm Name

WINNER: Architectural Installation/Pop-Up Ocean Wonders: Sharks! Ned Kahn, Focus Lighting, The Portico Group, WCS Exhibition + Graphic Arts Department, ESKW/Architects
Architectural Installation/Pop-Up FutureHaus Virginia Tech Center for Design Research
Architectural Installation/Pop-Up Over/Under Kiosks Woods Bagot
Architectural Installation/Pop-Up Downtown Brooklyn Kiosks WXY Architecture + Urban Design
Exhibition/Installation Hide & Seek Dream The Combine
Exhibition/Installation Stereotomy 2.0 Dustin White Design & Fabrication and Giuseppe Fallacara
Exhibition/Installation X Reddymade
WINNER: Exhibition/Installation The Senses: Design Beyond Vision Studio Joseph
Graphics + Branding CetraRuddy Celebrates 30 CetraRuddy Architecture
WINNER: Graphics + Branding American Kennel Club Museum of the Dog Gensler
Graphics + Branding Brooklyn Designs 2018 Maiarelli Studio
Graphics + Branding Want Apothecary Richard Haines
Higher Education Pace University Repositioning FXCollaborative
Higher Education Pratt Institute Student Union Matiz Architecture & Design
WINNER: Higher Education Alumni Auditorium and Schaefer Awards Gallery, Columbia University Irving Medical Center MdeAS Architects
WINNER: Primary/Secondary Education Tate Library, Ethical Culture Fieldston School Architecture Research Office
Primary/Secondary Education Saint Ann’s School Marvel Architects
Primary/Secondary Education Blue School Rockwell Group
WINNER: Institutional The Shed Diller Scofidio + Renfro and Rockwell Group
Institutional Electrical Industry Training Center, Educational and Cultural Trust Fund of the Electrical Industry Gensler
Institutional Gordon Chapel, St. Hilda’s & St. Hugh’s School Murphy Burnham & Buttrick Architects
Greater Good Vilcek Foundation Architecture Research Office
Greater Good MLK Plaza Magnusson Architecture and Planning
WINNER: Greater Good The Children’s Library, Concourse House Michael K Chen Architecture
Greater Good Eli M. Black Lifelong Learning Center Murphy Burnham & Buttrick Architects
Urban Landscape/Outdoor 85 Broad Street Ground Mural FXCollaborative
WINNER: Urban Landscape/Outdoor Hunter’s Point South Waterfront Park SWA/Balsley, Weiss/Manfredi, and Arup
Urban Landscape/Outdoor Sunset Park Activation Plan and Brooklyn Army Terminal Public Realm WXY Architecture + Urban Design
Healthcare Memorial Sloan Kettering Clinical Laboratory Perkins+Will
Healthcare NYU Langone Perkins+Will
WINNER: Healthcare Chelsea District Health Center Stephen Yablon Architecture
Healthcare Mount Sinai Doctors, Ansonia Stephen Yablon Architecture
Health + Wellness Parsley Health Alda Ly Architecture
WINNER: Health + Wellness Clean Market Heitler Houstoun Architects
Health + Wellness Alma Lauren Wesley Spear
Health + Wellness Tia Clinic Rockwell Group
Bar/Lounge Print Lounge CCS Architecture
Bar/Lounge Classic Car Club Marc Thorpe Design
Bar/Lounge Bar Feroce Rockwell Group
Bar/Lounge Transcript Speakeasy The Design High
WINNER: Bar/Lounge 18th Room West Chin Architects
Counter Service Village Den Buro Koray Duman Architecture
WINNER: Counter Service Dean & DeLuca Stage Buro Ole Scheeren
Counter Service Junzi Kitchen, Greenwich Village Junzi Kitchen
Sweet Treats Ice Scream Asthetique
Sweet Treats Van Leeuwen, Hudson Yards Carpenter & Mason
WINNER: Sweet Treats Pâtisserie Fouet Suzumori Architecture
Restaurant Misi Asfour Guzy Architects
Restaurant Bluebird London CetraRuddy Architecture
WINNER: Restaurant Momofuku Noodle Bar, Columbus Circle INC Architecture & Design
Restaurant Wayan Rockwell Group
Restaurant Manhatta Woods Bagot
Hotel CitizenM New York Bowery Concrete
Hotel Merrion Row Hotel and Public House Meyer Davis
Hotel Moxy Chelsea Rockwell Group, Stonehill Taylor, and Yabu Pushelberg
WINNER: Hotel Times Square Edition Yabu Pushelberg
Corporate Office Campari Group North American Headquarters Gensler
WINNER: Corporate Office (Corporate Office) Confidential Client Gensler
WINNER: Corporate Office (Law Office) Boies Schiller Flexner Schiller Projects
Corporate Office Soros Capital Management SheltonMindel in collaboration with Reed Morrison Architect
Creative Office 31 West 27th Street Fogarty Finger Architecture
WINNER: Creative Office American Kennel Club Headquarters Gensler
Creative Office WPP Headquarters HOK
Creative Office United Talent Agency Rottet Studio
Coworking Space The Wing Dumbo Alda Ly Architecture and Chiara De Rege
WINNER: Coworking Space Club 75 Convene
Coworking Space Maison Lubrano Ciavarra Architects
Firm’s Own Office IA Interior Architects IA Interior Architects
WINNER: Firm’s Own Office INC Architecture & Design INC Architecture & Design
Firm’s Own Office M Moser Associates M Moser Associates
Commercial Lobby/Amenity The Kaufman Organization Design Republic
Commercial Lobby/Amenity Olympic Tower MdeAS Architects
WINNER: Commercial Lobby/Amenity 4 Times Square Studios Architecture
Commercial Lobby/Amenity 10 Grand Central Studios Architecture
Residential Lobby/Amenity The Amberly BHDM Design
Residential Lobby/Amenity 550 Vanderbilt CookFox Architects
Residential Lobby/Amenity Rheingold Durukan Design
Residential Lobby/Amenity The Lewis Davis Pavilion Michielli + Wyetzner Architects
WINNER: Residential Lobby/Amenity Eagle Lofts Slade Architecture
Multi-Unit Residential Building The Bryant David Chipperfield Architects
Multi-Unit Residential Building Residences at Prince Street Marvel Architects
Multi-Unit Residential Building 70 Vestry Robert A.M. Stern Architects and Daniel Romualdez Architects
WINNER: Multi-Unit Residential Building 91 Leonard Whitehall Interiors
Large Apartment Greenwich Street Loft 1100 Architect
Large Apartment Park Avenue Duplex BarlisWedlick Architects
WINNER: Large Apartment Indoor/Outdoor Sculpture Garden – 56 Leonard SheltonMindel
Small Apartment Upper West Side Duplex Ammor Architecture
Small Apartment Williamsburg Loft Buro Koray Duman Architecture
Small Apartment Flatiron Addition Messana O’Rorke
WINNER: Small Apartment Greenwich Village Penthouse Messana O’Rorke
City House West Village Redevelopment CWB Architects
City House Brooklyn Townhouse Leroy Street Studio
City House Fort Greene Townhouse Matter of Architecuture
WINNER: City House Fort Greene Townhouse TBD Architecture & Design Studio
WINNER: Kitchen + Bath Macon Street Passive House CO Adaptive Architecture
Kitchen + Bath 30th Street Loft Raad Studio and Jae Joo Designs
Kitchen + Bath Tribeca Residence Reddymade
Kitchen + Bath 111 Leroy Street Tower Workshop/APD
WINNER:  Sales Center/Model Apartment The XI Visionaries Gallery Gabellini Sheppard Associates
Sales Center/Model Apartment SoHo Loft Interior Marketing Group
Sales Center/Model Apartment 108 Leonard Sales Center Jeffrey Beers International
Sales Center/Model Apartment 1010 Park Avenue Model Apartment Pembrooke & Ives
WINNER: Showroom Fiandre GI Design Studio
Showroom German Kitchen Center Matteo Gennari
Showroom Allied Maker Mesarch Studio with Allied Maker
Large Retail 10 Corso Como Carla Sozzani and Kris Ruhs
WINNER: Large Retail Glossier Flagship Gachot Studios
Large Retail Innisfree Mapos Architects
Small Retail D.S. & Durga K&Co
Small Retail Medly Pharmacy Sergio Mannino Studio
WINNER: Small Retail Claus Porto Tacklebox Architecture
Building Exterior 280 St Marks Avenue DXA Studio
WINNER: Building Exterior 10 Jay ODA New York
Building Exterior 242 Broome SHoP Architects
Building Exterior The Vidro Soluri Architecture
On The Boards 43Ten Mancini Duffy
On The Boards 150 Central Park South Span Architecture
WINNER: On The Boards 111 West 57th Street SHoP Architects
On The Boards Company SHoP Architects
NYC’s Shining Moment Domino Park James Corner Field Operations
WINNER: NYC’s Shining Moment Pier 35 SHoP Architects and Ken Smith Workshop
NYC’s Shining Moment UnHistoric Townhouse System Architects

Product Finalists:

Category

Product/Collection Name

Manufacturer Name

Accessories Keep Vessel Corral
Accessories Time Tile Hyfen
Accessories Tess Planters Most Modest
WINNER: Accessories Mandala Paola Lenti thru DDC
Accessories Artist Cotton Blankets ZigZagZurich
Accessories: Mirrors Serpens Ben & Aja Blanc
Accessories: Mirrors Orizon Ocrùm
Accessories: Mirrors Cove Kenneth Cobonpue
WINNER: Accessories: Mirrors Birdie MMUA
Architectural Products Drywall Pro Aria Vent
Architectural Products TurnKey™ Bendheim
WINNER: Architectural Products Panl Frasch
Architectural Products Yves Klein® Ressource
Bath Fittings MyEdition Axor
WINNER: Bath Fittings Vettis™ Concrete Brizo Kitchen & Bath Company
Bath Fittings Skyliner Cooper & Graham
Bath Fittings Nice Fantini
Bath Fittings Ciclo Riobel for House of Rohl
Bath Fixtures Happy D.2 Plus Duravit
Bath Fixtures Shadows Collection Kohler Co.
WINNER: Bath Fixtures Sonar Wave Bowl Double Laufen
Bath Fixtures Ventus Stone Forest
Bath Fixtures Bath & Basin RAL Color Service Victoria + Albert for House of Rohl
WINNER: Contract Flooring Diversity Bolon
Contract Flooring Backstitch Gan
Contract Flooring Drawn Lines™ Interface
Contract Flooring Relaxing Floors Mohawk Group
Contract Flooring Dichroic Patcraft
WINNER: Residential Flooring Nuances Gan
Residential Flooring Heymat+ Collection Heymat
Residential Flooring From the Sun to the Moon Kasthall
Residential Flooring Capas Nanimarquina
Residential Flooring Custom Collection Rug & Kilim
Hard Flooring Euclid by Alison Rose Artistic Tile
Hard Flooring SSS X Concrete Collaborative Concrete Collaborative
Hard Flooring Laura Gottwald Modernist Collection Native Tile & Ceramics
WINNER: Hard Flooring Shades Piemme thru Stone Source
Contract Furniture Axyl Allermuir
WINNER: Contract Furniture Bob Job Blå Station thru Scandinavian Spaces
Contract Furniture Contour Glimakra of Sweden
Contract Furniture Cabana Lounge Haworth
Contract Furniture Dok Loftwall
Contract Furniture Aluminum Textile Softwall Molo
Residential Furniture Stille Standard Issue
Residential Furniture Bongó Green Apple
Residential Furniture Polynet Hachi Collections
Residential Furniture Turner Poltrona Frau
WINNER: Residential Furniture Mae Radnor
Residential Furniture Haller-E USM Modular Furniture
Residential Dining Tables Dolmen Cappellini
Residential Dining Tables Embrace Carl Hansen & Søn
WINNER: Residential Dining Tables Cone II JANUS et Cie
Residential Dining Tables Neolith Jeff Martin Joinery
Residential Dining Tables Strap Luma Design Workshop
Residential Occasional Tables Surf Draenert thru DDC
WINNER: Residential Occasional Tables Tidal John Pomp Studios
Residential Occasional Tables Rara Avis Mermelada Estudio
Residential Occasional Tables Enso Neal Aronowitz
Residential Occasional Tables Lily Tom Faulkner
Residential Occasional Tables Echino Zanotta thru DDC
Children’s Furniture + Accessories MiniBunk x Katie Merz Casa Kids
WINNER: Children’s Furniture + Accessories Kiddo Baby Life Care Collection Deco China
Children’s Furniture + Accessories Chair Franklin+Emily
Children’s Furniture + Accessories Quintas Stroller Stone Juvenile Product Co.
Hardware Carmen Designer Doorware
WINNER: Hardware CeraMax Rainbeaux Inox
Hardware Deco Series Nest Studio
Hardware Saddle Collection Sun Valley Bronze
Hardware: Designer Collaboration Jay Jeffers for Access by Accurate Accurate Lock and Hardware
Hardware: Designer Collaboration Evolved Hollywood Hills by Erinn V. Baldwin Hardware
WINNER: Hardware: Designer Collaboration Looking Glass Collection by Workshop/APD SA Baxter
Hardware: Designer Collaboration Alina Hardware Collection H1060 by SOM Valli & Valli
WINNER: Health + Wellness Ecocapsule Ecocapsule
Health + Wellness Cartography Garden on the Wall
Health + Wellness Summa Humanscale
Health + Wellness Larq Bottle Larq
Health + Wellness sChaise Smarin
Kitchen Airy Concrete 4044 Caesarstone
Kitchen Silestone Loft Series Cosentino
Kitchen Integrated Column Refrigeration Fisher & Paykel
WINNER: Kitchen Lazy Hamat
Kitchen Ombré Finish Kohler Co.
Kitchen Juse Lyfe
WINNER: Kitchen Cabinetry Combine Boffi
Kitchen Cabinetry Cesar Unit Kitchen in Rosso Jaipur Fenix Laminate and Metallic Effect Lacquer Cesar Arredamenti
Kitchen Cabinetry Up Reform
Floor/Table Lamps Oo Eny Lee Parker
Floor/Table Lamps Little People Kenneth Cobonpue
Floor/Table Lamps Bola Disc Pablo Designs
Floor/Table Lamps Hemera Ross Gardam
Floor/Table Lamps Musa Vibia
Chandelier Continuum 85 Avram Rusu Studio
WINNER: Chandelier Haara Metsa Cameron Design House
Chandelier Dorval Collection Lambert & Fils
Chandelier Big Bird LZF
WINNER: Pendant Fixtures Pebble Series ANDlight
Pendant Fixtures Trypta Luceplan
Pendant Fixtures Bohemia Marset
Pendant Fixtures K831 Midgard
Pendant Fixtures Cana Wentz
WINNER: Sconce Della Buoyant NYC
Sconce Piedra Collection L’Aviva Home
Sconce Meridian Collection O&G Studio
Sconce Folia Saint-Louis
Sconce Abstract Sonneman
WINNER: Architectural Lighting Infinity Atelier Alain Ellouz
Architectural Lighting Metro F49 Fabbian USA
Architectural Lighting Tube Objects of Common Interest
Architectural Lighting Suspenders Additions Sonneman
Architectural Lighting El Wun Two Bishops Design
Outdoor Furniture Abstrakt Mona Diabla
Outdoor Furniture Mooon! Fermob
Outdoor Furniture Ambient Ray Gloster Furniture
WINNER: Outdoor Furniture Dee Ralph Pucci
Outdoor Furniture Cosimo Collection by Clodagh Restoration Hardware
Outdoor Collection Oscar Brown Jordan
Outdoor Collection Bolonia Isimar
Outdoor Collection Saparella Ligne Roset
WINNER: Outdoor Collection Quadrado by Studio MK27 Minotti
Outdoor Collection Mozaix Royal Botania
Outdoor Collection Ibiza Collection Vondom
Outdoor Seating Knockabout Asa Pingree
Outdoor Seating Neo-Contour David Sutherland
WINNER: Outdoor Seating Buit Gandiablasco
Outdoor Seating T Point 1920
Outdoor Seating Laze Roda
Outdoor Seating Tube Uhuru Design
Contract Guest Seating 01 Reissue Cappellini
WINNER: Contract Guest Seating On & On Emeco
Contract Guest Seating Fendo Skandiform thru Scandinavian Spaces
Contract Guest Seating Tusa Zanotta thru DDC
Contract Sofa Becca Bernhardt Design
Contract Sofa Crosshatch Geiger
WINNER: Contract Sofa Ghisolfa IOC USA
Contract Sofa QT Lounge Poppin
Contract Sofa Dapple VAD
Contract Bench + Stool Cila Go Arper
Contract Bench + Stool Elevation Bernhardt Design
Contract Bench + Stool Stül Frasch
WINNER: Contract Bench + Stool Tape Moroso
Contract Bench + Stool Sitzbock Wilkhahn
Residential Seating Frames Expormim
WINNER: Residential Seating Gibbous Jude Heslin Di Leo
Residential Seating Pillar Radnor Made
Residential Seating Wyandotte Skram Furniture Company
Residential Lounge Seating Galleria A Creative Co.
WINNER: Residential Lounge Seating Grasso BD Barcelona
Residential Lounge Seating Thea Fendi Casa for Luxury Living
Residential Lounge Seating JH97 Fritz Hansen
Residential Lounge Seating KN Collection Knoll
WINNER: Residential Sofa (Sofa) Eda-Mame B&B Italia
Residential Sofa Clarence Dune
Residential Sofa Surf by Yabu Pushelberg Molteni&C
WINNER: Residential Sofa (Modular Sofa) BFF Moooi
Residential Sofa Walt Paola Lenti thru DDC
WINNER: Residential Bench + Stool El Raval Man of Parts thru Avenue Road
Residential Bench + Stool Obi Swivel Powell & Bonnell
Residential Bench + Stool Coexist Slash Objects
Residential Bench + Stool Long Bench by Tinatin Kilaberidze Valerie Goodman Gallery
Contract Fabric Heritage Collection Arc|Com
Contract Fabric Brooklyn Bound Fil Doux Textiles
Contract Fabric Denizen Garrett Leather
Contract Fabric Winter 2019 Collection HBF Textiles
Contract Fabric No Hard Feelings Collection Perennials Fabrics
WINNER: Contract Fabric Veer Wolf-Gordon
WINNER: Residential Fabric Sinfoniacoustic Création Baumann
Residential Fabric Mizumi Collection Romo
Residential Fabric Half Black, Anni, and Long Blocks Tapes Stephanie Seal Brown Handwovens
Residential Fabric Manhattan Zimmer + Rohde
WINNER: Contract Wall Covering Re-Glazed Astek
Contract Wall Covering Impress Astek
Contract Wall Covering Shimmering Burlap Maya Romanoff
Contract Wall Covering So Good Wolf-Gordon
Residential Wall Covering Extinct Animals Collection Arte for Moooi Wall Coverings
Residential Wall Covering Hilma House Brett Design
WINNER: Residential Wall Covering Flux Juju Papers
Residential Wall Covering Escape Merenda Wallpaper
Residential Wall Covering Natura Morta Maison C
Tile + Stone Wallcovering Futura 41zero42 thru Mission Stone & Tile
Tile + Stone Wallcovering Crackle Collection by Kohler WasteLAB Ann Sacks
WINNER: Tile + Stone Wallcovering Billie Ombre Artistic Tile
Tile + Stone Wallcovering Zuma Concrete Collaborative
Tile + Stone Wallcovering: Designer Collaboration Squar by Giovanni Barbieri Arto
Tile + Stone Wallcovering: Designer Collaboration Araldica by Federico Pepe Florim
Tile + Stone Wallcovering: Designer Collaboration Flutes and Reeds by GRT Architects Kaza Concrete
WINNER: Tile + Stone Wallcovering: Designer Collaboration Stone Tatami by Piero Lissoni Salvatori
Artisanal Wallcovering Wallpaper Capsule Collection Benjamin Moore and Alpha Workshops
WINNER: Artisanal Wallcovering Relic Calico Wallpaper
Artisanal Wallcovering Patina Studies Wallpaper Projects and Kin & Company
Artisanal Wallcovering Pieces Zimmer + Rohde
Technology Deseo Basalte
Technology Melo Frasch
WINNER: Technology Loomia Electronic Layer Loomia
Technology Roam Steelcase
Made in the Boroughs The Gourd Project Crème Jun Aizaki Architecture & Design
WINNER: Made in the Boroughs Cascade Mobile Kin & Company
Made in the Boroughs Coexist Slash Objects
Made in the Boroughs Benches for a Lobby Tietz-Baccon
Emerging Product Designer Arches Format Fine Goods
WINNER: Emerging Product Designer Ikat Indo-
Emerging Product Designer Hanging Stool Leadoff Studio
Emerging Product Designer Divergent Nico Roger
Emerging Product Designer Movement Tools Work in Use
Best in Show SSS x Concrete Collaborative Collection Concrete Collaborative
Best in Show Pilar Indo-
Best in Show Plano New Format
Best in Show Wallscape Opiary
Best in Show Bubbly 04 Rosie Li Studio
Best in Show Coexist Slash Objects
WINNER: Best in Show Chime Stickbulb

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