Gabrielle Golenda

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Tech-savvy wall coverings and interior surfaces

A 3-D laser scans an amalgam of textures, creating point clouds of data from the tops of wall coverings and interior surfaces. It transmits their exact size and shape into the computer world and reimagines them as digital three-dimensional representations. The four surfaces below encapsulate some of the…

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What we saw at Salone del Mobile 2018

Last week, AN visited the Italian design capital to see the newest releases by brands and designers. We highlight a few more of our favorites finds from Salone del Mobile and its EuroCucina exhibition, as well as a few satellite shows, below.  Filigrana Light Established…
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Spotlight on ten designs from Salone del Mobile 2018

From April 17 to 22, all eyes in the design world are on the spectacular exhibitions, installations, pop-ups, and launches by an impressive lineup of designers and brands at Milan Design Week. From the International Bathroom and EuroCucina exhibitions to the satellite shows, here is a sampling of…

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Six dazzling decorative lighting fixtures

Below, you'll find six fixtures that add atmospheric lighting and character to any space. These illuminating releases recently debuted at the Interior Design Show in Toronto, MAISON&OBJET in Paris, the Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair, and Light + Building in Frankfurt.

Tripp-Mini Pendant Pelle

This small-scale iteration…

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Rafael de Cárdenas curates a decorative arts installation for Christie’s

Rafael de Cárdenas of Architecture at Large ventured into his first curatorial endeavor with Christie’s for a special installation that premieres the sale of The Collector: English & European Furniture, Fine Art, Ceramics & Silver
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Here are 5 new fixtures that solve common lighting problems

These new architectural fixtures answer the specific needs of a space across myriad typologies—including a system that is adaptable for multiuse spaces,  a projector that emits both diffused and direct light, and an LED bulb that supports circadian rhythms.

Vektor Linea Light Group

Linea Light Group installed Vektor in the…

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What’s in chef Wylie Dufresne’s kitchen?

Formerly of wd~50 and Alder, Chef Wylie Dufresne, once cooked with scientists and served Lou Reed. These days he is making doughnuts in unexpected flavors at his newest culinary outpost, Du's Donuts & Coffee, and admiring the recently remodeled kitchen of his boyhood Manhattan apartment. AN spoke to Dufresne about…
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Five new launches from Stockholm Design Week

Last month, from February 5 through 11, Stockholm hosted its annual week dedicated to Scandinavian design. Showcasing furniture and lighting, the festival dazzled visitors with hundreds of events and diverse exhibitors, showrooms, galleries, residences, hotels, and studios throughout the city. We take a quick look at just a few of…
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Five wallcoverings inspired by the natural world

These wall coverings conjure visions of fanciful landscapes, including neutral hues, florals, abstract organic forms, and materials that emulate naturally occurring aggregates. Airbloom Abstracta Inspired by how forms in nature change through shifting seasons, Swedish designer Stefan Borselius abstracted botany and devised floating, full-bloomed flowers. The hanging felt acoustic…