Photo-Illustration: Studio Bertjan Pot, Better Things Studio, Sean Davidson, William Jess Laird At Design Week, the references artists and designers choose, how things are made, and the ideas that are introduced tell us a little bit about where we’ve been, where we are, and where we’re heading. At this year’s NYCxDesign — New York’s annual
Home Goods is known for their huge discounts off brand name items, an absolute treasure trove of home decor, furniture and accessories. But be careful. You’ll go in searching for a new pillow and end up with enough finds to redecorate the bedroom. If you’re like me, you could spend all day strolling through the
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If the 2021 International Contemporary Furniture Fair held in Manhattan every year was any indication, there is no shortage of homegrown talent in the field of design. From sculptural furniture that incorporates living plants, to skillfully digitalized tripped out wallcoverings — all these goods have one thing in common: They are made in New York.