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The 4th edition of NY Collective Design
31 international design galleries on show at Tribeca Skylight Clarkson Square. Just a few days before ICFF
Soho-based Patrick Parrish Gallery, specialising in artist vintage pieces and contemporary works, has dedicated its whole exhibition space to the sculptural, architectonic shapes of the works by American designer and wood artisan Ian Stell
Tribeca-based R&Company presents the latest works by master glassmaker Jeff Zimmerman with a series of colored vases (on the table in the middle of the picture); zoomorphic creations by Haas Brothers (on the left) and pieces of furniture by celebrated Brazilian designer Joaquim Tenreiro (bottom right hand corner)
BDWW launches a new series of products with the Crow collection by founder Tyler Hays: clothing and various items inspired by an old Oregon general store, celebrating the passion for handicraft through the creation of curious, inventive objects. Among the showcased products a marble flute, hand-painted jigsaw puzzles, a mirror desk and even a small boat
French gallery Negropontes presents an eclectic selection of furniture by designer Hervé Langlais, mixed with black&white artworks by Dan Er Grigorescu
Close-up of a table in Office Space, the Fair VIP lounge concept designed by Brooklyn-based ASH NYC, and limited edition WC4 chairs
Studio Lindsey Adelman presented a new chandelier with Nymphenburg custom made discs and the video installation "some relationship are better then others", participating in the Collective Concept section
Founded by designers Gregory Buntain and Ian Collings, Brooklin Fort Standard Studio focuses on the innovative use of natural shapes and materials. On the right, relief stone cabinet equipped with 6 triangular, removable metal doors on a hard maple base
Brooklin-based Calico Wallpaper Studio experiments with Japanese kintsugi technique through the new Satori collection, printed on metallic gold paper leaves to obtain a fading effect. The use of overlapping colors matches the texture and the chromatic scale of the glazed ceramic
‘Sight Unseen’ online magazine is among the contributors and partners of NY Collective Design Fair, selecting pieces by up and coming designers including furniture and hand-made objects by L.A. designer duo Only Love is Real
On the right, Marc Selwyn Gallery presents a series of paintings with dog subjects by artist William Wegman. On the right, again, ‘Various Projects’ collaborates with ‘Print all over me’ to create Block Party, a celestial landscape made from custom foam sectionals
For the 2016 edition of NY Collective Design Japanese Nendo Studio has created a special lighting installation that welcomes the visitor at the Fair entrance. The new ‘Trace’ collection by Nendo features metallic arches and lights dotting the space like many floating pendulums, exploring variations in volume, shapes and materials
Last year’s NY Collective Design took place on the same days as ICFF (read also → Collective Design, terza edizione). In 2016 the fair has ended its fourth edition on May 8th after showcasing 31 international galleries at Tribeca Skylight Clarkson Square. Among the latest novelties, the sections dedicated to Collective Concept and Collective Features.
NY Collective Design 2016 featured an exciting program of events including exhibits, workshops, installations and lectures spread over 200 different locations – twice as many events as on the previous editions.
Since its first edition in 2013 NY Collective Design has been characterized by an innovative, experimental approach whose aim is that of celebrating design aesthetics and research by exhibiting a wide number of galleries from all over the world.
The 2016 edition has launched the new Collective Concept section, a series of personal installations alternating with different design galleries. Lindsey Adelman, Apparatus Studio, Fort Standard, Calico Wallpaper and Cocobolo Design were among the participants. Furthermore, the new Collective Features area has presented the latest projects and the new concept developed by Sight Unseen, BDWW/M.Crow, A/D/O and CW&T, Print all over me, Various Projects and Nicole Nadeau.
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