David Hochbaum: Village in a Can

A collection of miniature, hand-painted wooden houses crafted from homemade frame remnants

It has been frequently noted that there’s magic in miniature gifts. It’s no different with New York-based artist David Hochbaum‘s “Village in a Can.” A handmade, ornately painted collection of 11 pieces per can, all are born of the remnants of his large-scale paintings and installation work. The artist explains that he “began saving all the scrap and cut off wood from the construction of …

SCALE at Noho Design District

A Cool Hunting, Architizer and Dwell collaboration celebrating the newest in architectural design

For this year’s Noho Design District, part of New York’s Design Week, we’ve teamed up with our friends at Architizer and Dwell to present SCALE, a collection of objects and prototypes that explore the relationship of furniture and architecture. Architects have been known to use furniture as a prototyping method for their creations and with this as our starting point we’ve collected works from architects …