Jamming Particles into Textured Bowls at the 2016 Collective Design Fair

Brooklyn-based design studio CW&T presents ROTOJAM at their hands-on booth

Founded by architect Steven Learner, Collective Design Fair is now in its fourth iteration. Between the 31 big name exhibitors from around the world (like Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery), new installations from Nendo and The Principals, an exhibition by Cranbrook Academy of Art grad students interestingly titled “Fine Design for the End of the World,” the four-day NYC event (which opened today) certainly keeps its promise …

Grey Area at Collective Design Fair

Steven Learner's architecturally-inspired art fair and its exemplary exhibitor

Created by Harvard-educated architect Steven Learner, the first-annual Collective Design Fair opens this week at NYC’s Pier 57, ushering in a range of vintage and contemporary works that speak to a discerning, multi-faceted design community. Among the exciting roster of 23 exhibitors are Cape Town’s fantastic Southern Guild, NYC’s R 20th Century, Mondo Cane and the youthful but highly cultivated Grey Area. As a prime …