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Highlights from the Esteemed Wanted Design 2017Friday 9 June 2017
Another incredibly cultural edition of Wanted Design 2017 has come to an end last month, and today’s article will disclose 10 of the most enticing features to have been displayed in the Manhattan and Brooklyn exhibitions. Wanted Design goes beyond the concept of being a trade show, as it is a platform exclusevily dedicated on promoting design, opening a creative dialogue in between well-established and emerging industry professionals from all around the world.
Richard Clarkson designed the stunning series of Cloud Lighting, “The Cloud employs embedded motion sensors to create unique lightning and thunder shows while providing entertainment value and inspiring awe.”
Studio Gorm was the recepient of the American Design Honors which was awarded by Bernhardt Design. In the installation above, one can see the Door-stop studies project developed by the highly-acclaimed studio.
In collaboration with the Rockwell Group’s principal, Barry Richards, a group of students from Pratt Institute School of design created an interactive installation with products from Sony’s Life Space UX.
Elisia Langdon, a recent graduate from Pratt University conceived the phenomenal concept of Kera, a sustainable piece with a structure completed with opposing folds and seams.
At the esteemed design trade show, the award for Best of Launch Pad in the category of lighting and furniture/objects went to Luvere Studio. The studio provides indoor lighting solutions for plants. Above, you can see the studio’s design of The Mantis.
Module Lamps by Dear Human. These striking fixtures provide an adjustable lighting solution for any kind of interior space. These pieces are made from colour porcelain, terracotta and paper-rock, the latest material development from the brand.
Brooklyn-based design studio, Kin & Company created a unique furniture collection of thin sheets of metal that are curved into benches and tables.
Detroit’s Multidisciplinary artist Ara Levon Thorose designed this flawless prdouct dubbed as Tubular Group 01 chairs.