Photography by Jessica Charlesworth for Core77Photography by Jessica Charlesworth for Core77
Jessica Charlesworth joined nomadic design studio Unknown Fields Division (UFD) on their trip to the Burning Man Festival in a modified school bus built to survive off-the-grid with solar panels and deep cell batteries. Follow her journey into the Black Rock Desert in our latest photo gallery and check out some of the elaborate camps, insane vehicles, sculptures and installations seen this year—our favorite of course—the torching of a life-sized Wall St replica that cost $100K to make with buildings labeled "Bank of Un-America," "Merrill Lynched," "Goldman Sucks," and "Chaos Manhattan."
A detailed look at the fabrication process behind high-end ski manufacturer Zai located in the heart of the Swiss Alps. With a focus on materials and performance, Zai creates some of the fastest, lightest and most durable skis on the planet.
Now in it's sixteenth year, the annual art fair held at Pier 92 and 94 in New York felt more curated and less corporate than in recent years, and partnered with start-up Artsy to create a strong real-time digital experience.
Expanding to Asia and the US for the first time this year, the Interior design show MAISON&OBJET kicked off in Paris with over 3000 exhibiters showcasing emerging home furnishings, accessories and objects