Milan Design Week 2015: COS + Snarkitecture

The two organizations teamed up for a simple but dreamy installation at Salone del Mobile

NYC-based design firm Snarkitecture and Swedish clothing retailer COS collaborated on a striking project for Salone del Mobile at this year’s Milan Design Week. The installation—made up of thousands of white, individually cut ribbons—allows for exploration of a cavernous space, but the material used means that the walls and ceilings of the “cave” sway and move. Inspired by COS’ spring/summer 2015 collection, the project is …

Daniel Arsham’s Modern Pompeii in Miami

We speak with the wunderkind artist about his new work, Art Basel and Werner Herzog’s best life advice

by Laura Feinstein Here at Cool Hunting we’re big fans of Daniel Arsham. In the last few years, the 34-year-old designer, architect and co-founder of Snarkitecture has worked with everyone from musicians Pharrell and Chromeo to famed choreographer Merce Cunningham, creating highly modern, intelligent pieces that capture this specific moment in pop culture—also reminding us just how fleeting the relevancy all of our technological advancements …

CH Editions: Dandelion + Snarkitecture Break Bar

This year we paired SF’s Dandelion Chocolate with NYC design studio Snarkitecture to create a chocolate bar that would play to their talents. The resulting Break Bar is made from 70% Belize beans, and is formed in Snarkitecture’s signature broken slab style. Five of the 500 limited edition bars include a “White Ticket” which wins an inedible sculpture designed by Snarkitecture. All proceeds benefit Southern …