On December 15, 2011 Wright will auction the Frank Lloyd Wright designed Kenneth Laurent House and furnishings. The property has been consigned to the Chicago-based auction house by the original owner, Mr. Laurent.
Cristina Grajales Gallery in NYC are presenting designer Ayala Serfaty's first solo show in the United States.
From November 24th Gallery Gosserez will present Cirkel by Daphna Laurens. The new pieces designed by Daphna have a shared basis, the circle. Two dimensional drawings and ideas took shape during the last months in their workshop by modifying this elemental shape.
The Carpenters Workshop Gallery Paris are presenting work from the last three years designed by Robert Stadler in an Exhibition entitled 1000 Days. Stadler's work seems to be highly sought after, just last month we saw his exhibition Wild Home at Triple V in Paris.
Earlier this month Smogallery, in Beirut, challenged a group of Lebanon's top designers and artists to transform a pair of old bench legs into a contemporary design work. The resulting show, entitled 'Pieds d'Oeuvre', reveals the talent of these designers and the diversity of creative approaches employed by the various participants.
Phillips de Pury & Company is pleased to announce Important Nordic Design, an academic exploration into 20th century and contemporary Nordic design and culture curated by acclaimed architect Lee F. Mindel, Fellow of the American Institute of Architects and whose firm Shelton, Mindel & Associates is the winner of the 2011 Smithsonian Cooper Hewitt National Design Award for Interior Design.
The science museum is please to announce their new show 'Hidden Heroes - The Genius of Everyday Things' which examines the inspiration involved in items whose design and purpose are so well matched that they remain uncelebrated, but heavily used, in the fabric of our lives. The show runs from 9 November 2011 to 5 June 2012.
Organised by the Walker Art Centre and the Cooper-Hewitt, Graphic Design: Now in Production is is the largest museum exhibition on the subject since the Walker’s seminal 1989 exhibition Graphic Design in America: A Visual Language History, and the Cooper-Hewitt’s 1996 comprehensive survey, Mixing Messages: Graphic Design in Contemporary Culture.
Galeria Gosserez have selected four designers they consider amongst the most talented of a developing new generation. All of the selected designers have been working in the best French design studios where they contribute to design some of the most remarkable pieces of design of the beginning of the 21st century.
For his first solo exhibition, Adrien De Melo presents his structural vision of 'the object' at Galerie BSL. Through 7 limited edition objects he reveals the map of an imaginary land where onyx, ceramic and wood form an elegant display of irreverent technical recompositions.