New York 2017 – US magazine Sight Unseen joins NYCxDESIGN festival with the Sight Unseen OFFSITE exhibition featuring the work of 25 up-and-coming talents and taking place at 100 Avenue of the Americas, until May 22. The magazine takes over the city with the debuting Sight Unseen Presents program of events and installation activating a dozen retail spaces and restaurants.
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Another Human founder Leah Ring presents her debut collection of furniture and objects including ethereal mirrors crafted with semi-precious stones. On show also an upholstered bench reinterpreting stacked stones, sculptural acrylic tables and a tubular magazine rack.
Harry Nuriev, founder of Crosby Studios, presents its second contemporary collection of signature architectural furniture. Roman and Greek buildings framed with pillars inspired minimal bookcases while Soviet constructivist public buildings set the tone for a geometric carpet. Minimalist aesthetics define the design of armchairs made of gold metal and pale beige leather.
Eny Lee Parker
Savannah based designer Eny Lee Parker sat at the potter’s wheel to cast terracotta vases composing tables with a glass top. Steel rods define minimal vase holders, a cabinet and a series of seatings.
Iacoli & McAllister
Seattle-based design studio Iacoli & McAllister designs Greek mythology-inspired lightings made of brass finish or powder coated steel fixture and solid brass hardware and tube.
Fernando Mastrangelo presents a collection of furniture and wall-mountable arctic toned pieces made by layering various granular materials and then setting them with resin.
Los Angeles-based designer Elyse Graham debuts a new collection of vessels, cast and carved in resin. The new range comprises also resin and glass furniture. The studio has also been collaborating with Wallpaper Projects to create a site-specific wall mural.
Washington-based design duo Grain presents a striped rug resembling the geometries of a zen garden and a wooden room divider draped with blue textiles. On show also a wall lamp, a side table and a u-shaped stool.
Seattle Based designer Erich Ginder joins Sight Unseen OFFSITE exhibition with a chic installation featuring modular and geometric lightings as well as side tables and a soft room divider.
All photos by Charlie Schuck – Courtesy of Sight Unseen.
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