To celebrate this year's NYCxDesign, MakerBot hand-picked 17 New York City designers and put them to the test of designing and prototyping an object to improve daily life. The 13 individual designers and 2 design duos were each given a MakerBot Replicator and a few rolls of filament to
We're three days into NYCxDesign, and our calendars couldn't be more packed! Although we haven't hit ICFF yet, we've discovered plenty of smaller wonders around the city. There's so much going on that if you haven't visited our NYCxDesign Map, we suggest you do so before you get too overwhelmed.
New York Design Week kicks off this weekend, and you know what that means! Our NYCxDesign Map is back to help guide you through the city that never sleeps on your quest to discover great design.
New York Design Week is on the horizon, and you know what that means! Our NYCxDesign Map is back to help guide you through the city that never sleeps on your quest to discover great design. With countless exhibitions, parties and presentations to go to throughout the month of May,
This upcoming New York Design Week, WantedDesign will mark its fifth year hosting their Design Schools Workshop. The workshop brings together students from seven different design programs to create objects over an intensive six day period. Each year involves experimenting with different materials to come up with a novel product,
As part of NYCxDesign, the students of the MFA in Products of Design at the School of Visual Arts presented TRIAGE, an interactive exhibition that reframed contemporary political urgencies through the lens of design. The work debuted at WantedDesign Manhattan, and welcomed visitors from all over the world. TRIAGE consisted
Once again, one of the annual highlights of New York's Design Celebration, NYCxDesign, was WantedDesign's Design School Workshop—which brings together students and mentors from all over the world to collaborate on a timely theme. Conceived "as a collaborative activity rather than a competitive one," teams are composed of students
I was surprised to hear who was collaborating with the furniture company Bernhardt Design this year for their ICFF booth display, which is also perhaps precisely what intrigued me about it. On the first day of the fair, Airbnb co-founder Joe Gebbia, singer-songwriter Tift Merritt, and finally NFL linebacker-turned-Brooklyn Nine-Nine star
For understandable reasons, the focus during NYCxDesign tends to be on independent designers, design studios and college students—what other demographics are out there designing for a better world? We often forget that designers under 20 years old are now learning digital fabrication at school right under our noses, starting in
NY Design Week officially came to a close last week, but that doesn't mean we're done marveling over our favorite student work seen at NYCxDesign. Throughout the month of May, we spotted some of the best student work at ICFF and WantedDesign Brooklyn. Experimenting with materials and technology and tackling
On an all-inclusive note that considers makers from all of New York City's boroughs, WantedDesign continues to give design lovers not one, but two locales and experiences to visit during the NYCxDesign festivities. Each event in turn brings its own special flavor to the fair and exhibition mix. One
Taking up more than 165,000 square feet in the gargantuan Javits Center, ICFF is likely home to any type of design style and designer you're looking for—lavish, minimal, handmade or downright dramatic, there's a little something for everyone in the sprawling space. This year felt particularly broad, as it welcomed
Tucked away in Soho was one of our favorite exhibits on display during NYCxDesign: The Strong collection. On display at Vitsœ's NYC location, the exhibit featured around 75 items from Tom Strong's 250+ item collection of Dieter Rams-designed Braun products. Strong's diverse collection ranged from tabletop cigarette lighters to electric
Set up as a gallery exhibition on the ground floor of 100 Avenue of the Americas in SoHo, Sight Unseen Offsite showcased some of the most innovative designers working today. Unlike other design week shows, the editors of Sight Unseen almost dictatorially command who gets to participate or not —
So it begins... the height of NYCxDesign, and perhaps at its highest ever? 2017’s New York May design calendar has turned out to be it’s most packed yet, and this weekend is the start of the real madness. Beginning this weekend, larger fairs such as ICFF, Sight Unseen OFFSITE and
Household accessories brand Good Thing is busy for this year's edition of NYCxDesign, kicking things off with an elegant collaborative exhibit at WANTED Design Manhattan featuring one classic design item: the shaving brush. This redesign is not by chance, as they've teamed up with shaving accessory delivery giant Harry's to
2017's edition of NYCxDesign is proving to be the most jam-packed installment of the event to date—previously deemed New York Design Week, organizers of this series of cultural events are stretching it out to a completely saturated month of launches, exhibitions, conferences, crits and expos. We have yet to hit
Some of the most exciting work during NYCxDesign can be found at student exhibitions, but where are they? The short answer: all over the place. Some are hidden in larger shows like ICFF, and others are standalone shows. To make the search for great student work a little easier, we've
The month of May is a great time to be looking for job opportunities, as many employers are looking to hire new staffers before summer hits. For those recruiting talent, it's the perfect time to find new graduates who are eager to embark on their first career, as well as
NYCxDesign 2017 has just kicked off, and we're already overwhelmed by the exciting exhibitions, parties, presentations, trade shows, workshops and conferences to attend. We're guessing those of you attending NY Design week month are in the same boat, so we've put together a condensed guide of things to hone in
The early May opening of Collective Design in Manhattan always feels like the official kickoff to several weeks worth of design events attached to NYCxDesign, New York's extended alternative to Milan Design Week. Often a presentation of objects demonstrating both style and concept, Collective Design brings together works of designers
Our NYCxDesign Map is back to help guide you through the city that never sleeps on your quest to discover great design. Use our map on your phone or your computer to plan your schedule, filter through the events you really want to go to by category and/or location (yes, you can just search for parties) and hopefully have a more pleasant, carefree experience altogether.
This upcoming New York Design Week, WantedDesign will mark its fourth year hosting their Design Schools Workshop. The workshop brings together students from five different design programs to create objects over an intensive four day period. Each year involves experimenting with different materials to come up with a novel product,
One of the annual highlights of New York's Design Celebration, NYCxDesign, has always been WantedDesign's Design School Workshop—which brings together students and mentors from all over the world to collaborate on intriguing design themes, materials, and problem solving. "More a collaboration than a competition," the event marks Wanted's commitment to
At the 28th annual International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) over 35,000 attendees walked the show over the course of four days. This year the show expanded to a second floor that housed ICFF Schools, the Design Milk Pop-Up stand, Tokyo Design Week, Ho.MI Italian brands and Luxe Interiors to provide
This year's New York Design Week lineup proved the week of festivities have much more to offer than the go-to design fairs. Whether you scoured Brooklyn, downtown, or even way uptown, there were a wide number of shows from designers big and small to enjoy. On top of several small
Sight Unseen continues to put their special touch on the world of design with their third installment of the now must-see annual OFFSITE design fair. While taking in sprawling views of Bryant Park in Manhattan, visitors were treated to impressive works from emerging designers, established design studios and artists alike.
WantedDesign is a unique destination during NYCxDesign in two parts with one location in Manhattan's west side and a second location in Brooklyn's industrial Sunset Park, focused on providing a platform for emerging designers, student work and dedicated to highlighting the global design community through a series of curated international
As part of NYCxDesign, the students of the MFA in Products of Design at the School of Visual Arts present ACCESS LTD, a set of roving checkpoints that investigates the way access is granted and denied by design—based on where we're from, what we look like, how we speak, and
To celebrate the U.S. debut of Lattice, a kilim rug designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for Nanimarquina, Core77 spoke with Ronan about the role of design week presentations starting with the importance of the Salone del Mobile in Milan to the balance of craft and industry. Lattice kilim rug
Jumpstart your week with our insider's guide to events in the design world. From must-see exhibitions to insightful lectures and the competitions you need to know about—here's the best of what's going on, right now.
Each day our editors roundup our favorite sights and projects from New York Design Week. Today we cover a few standout student projects from ICFF and WANTED Brooklyn. KITCHEN 2.0: Ana Arana's "Gali" kitchen is a response to the compact living spaces of urban nomads. This tiny, self-contained kitchen island packs
Each day our editors will roundup our favorite sights and projects from New York Design Week. Today we cover ICFF, designjunction + Dwell on Design, Wanted Manhattan and NYCxSKYMALL.
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