[ New Museum’s IDEAS CITY StreetFest ] Snarkitecture will premiere Stack, a free, public installation and performance as part of New Museum’s IDEAS CITY StreetFest. saturday 4 may 2013 | 8:30 > 10P | mulberry and jersey streets nyc
[ Snarkitecture at Collective Design Fair ] Snarkitecture is debuting two new pieces with Grey Area at Collective Design Fair in New York next week. The new works include Slice, an all black ping-pong table and Trunk, an all white cabinet commissioned by Grey Area.
Volume Gallery will present a new version of Bend, a series of upholstered seating, along with select pieces from the Funiture series.
Snarkitecture will also take part in “Predicting the Future“, a panel discussion moderated by Sight Unseen 8 May at 5p. wednesday 8 > 11 may 2013 | pier 57 west side highway at 15th street nyc
[ Architizer A+ Awards Gala ] The Snarkitecture-designed statuette for the Architizer A+ Awards will premiere at the first annual A+ Awards Gala. 16 may 2013 | nyc
photo by noah kalina
[ New Museum Spring Gala ] Lift was a performance and installation for the New Museum Spring Gala that took place on 10 April 2013 in New York. An array of forty-five inflatable spheres transformed over the course of the evening, slowly manipulating the qualities of the existing architecture in a series of choreographed movements.
[ Felt Light at Wallpaper* Handmade ] Felt Light is a new series of light fixtures commissioned by Wallpaper* in collaboration with Woolmark. Made from wool felt, the exterior of the fixtures recall familiar forms while the interiors reveal stacked topographic landscapes. Felt Light was on view with Wallpaper Handmade during Milan Design Week and will tour internationally with Wool Lab Design Fair tour.
[ Snarkitecture Shop ] Snarkitecture’s online shop is open for business.
[ now & then ] snarkitecture’s latest news to DesignApplause arrived in a format that inspired a possibly new category ‘Now & then‘. if you’re unashamed of self-promotion, alert us to your current and recent latest & greatest. you just never know.