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Shape Up Collection by Roll & Hill

The Shape Up Collection of lighting by Roll & Hill was designed by Seattle-born, Brooklyn-based Ladies & Gentlemen Studio. The largest of the pieces is Shape Up 5-Piece Chandelier, which perhaps does the best job of highlighting the geometric playfulness of the collection. A modular system of cords and hubs, Shape Up 5-Piece Chandelier can be composed “in response to a space’s architecture and function.” The Cone and Hemisphere are available in three finishes: blackened steel, brushed brass, an...
Tags: Books, Brooklyn, Rope, Seattle, Lighting, Cords, Hill, Pulley, Pendant Lights, Roll & Hill, Geometric Design, Geometric Chandelier, Ladies & Gentlemen Studio, Modular Pendant, Modular Suspension Lamp, Modulat Lamp


Current Obsessions: Royal Wedding

This weekend we’re waking up early and tuning into the royal wedding. Consider this your viewing guide, design edition—plus a few highlights of NYCxDesign, ICFF, Clerkenwell Design Week, and more, going on now. Above: Photograph via The Modern House; for more, see Divine Intervention: The Providence Chapel in Wiltshire. First, all of the design details for the royal wedding: The cake (courtesy of an American baker in London). The flowers, with “wild and loose” peonies and foxgloves, plus ...
Tags: Books, London, US, Brooklyn, Maine, Broadway, Belgium, Manhattan, Harry, Annie, Wiltshire, Alexa, Modern House, Soho, Meghan, ICFF


How to Meaningfully Use Your Mornings: Daily Rituals of Successful Creatives

Whether you're a morning person or not, facts show if you want to have a productive day, what you do to start it off truly matters. We've certainly seen article after article dispel the secrets for those in the professional world about how to start your morning, but how specifically do successful designers and creative professionals—our peers—prefer to use their earliest hours? This exploration, for one, is about finding the best ways to be productive, which without question begins with an inten...
Tags: Design, Instagram, Philadelphia, Designer Profiles, Joseph, Tina Roth Eisenberg, Sina, Guerra, Ladies Gentlemen Studio, Friends Work Here New York, Jocelyn Glei


Milan Design Week 2017: Best in Glass

Just over a century ago, Paul Scheerbart noted that "the new glass environment will completely transform mankind, and it remains only to wish that the new glass culture will not find too many opponents." Captivated by Bruno Taut's 1914 glass pavilion, the writer painted a utopian picture of a crystalline future, equally panoramic and kaleidoscopic, all thanks to the transparent building material. Suffice it to say that he would have been chagrined to learn that visitors to, say, Massimiliano Fuk...
Tags: New York, Design, Milan, News, Berlin, Materials, Brooklyn, Portugal, Venice, Design Festivals, Pei, Gorham, John Hogan, Salone, Neri Oxman, Luca Nichetto


Hey LA: It's The West Coast Design Showcase

If you're currently near Los Angeles and a fan of pared down furniture, wiggly graphic design, or slick home and office goods, you might want to check out the West Coast Design Showcase. Curated by Seattle's JOIN, the show features fun work from American design's left side and kicks off this Thursday. The list of designers spans the entire west coast (all three states!) and includes disciplines from lighting to jewelry. It will include familiar favorites Eric Trine and Matthew Philip Williams...
Tags: Facebook, Los Angeles, Events, Seattle, Furniture Design, Poketo, Eric Trine, Matthew Philip Williams, Ladies Gentlemen Studio, Melanie Abrantes