Sight Unseen continues to put their special touch on the world of design with their third installment of their 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. The fair differentiated itself from other events going on during New York Design Week through its immersive installation and somehow fully unified vision despite it broad range of designers and mediums.
Hardcore design devotees could enjoy to expertly crafted works, including but not limited to Furnishing Utopia's impeccably made tables, baskets and everyday tools inspired by Shaker design values while aesthetes could appreciate booths focusing on objects overlooked by modern designers like Tetra—a shop known for their collection of well-designed smoking objects—and immersive installations like Leong Leong's "sound bath" for Ford, built out of thousands of foam rollers and mirrors intended as a refuge from Design Week madness.
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