Irving Harper: Works in Paper

Exquisite curiosities from a little known design legend revealed to the world

A brilliant new release from Rizzoli, “Irving Harper: Works in Paper” celebrates the private work of one of America’s great mid-century design minds. Irving Harper is mostly known to design insiders as the man-behind-the-man, working alongside Gilbert Rohde, Raymond Loewy and George Nelson during some of the celebrity designer’s most significant years, where he created graphics (including Herman Miller’s well known logo), textiles, furniture, clocks …

Things We Made

First look at the new book by Roman and Williams, showcasing a decade of interior design

Even if you’re unfamiliar with interior design powerhouse Roman and Williams, there’s a good chance you know their work. The Standard Hotel, The Breslin, The Ace Hotel, The Standard Grill, Stumptown Coffee, The Dutch, The Boom Boom Room—countless iconic NYC locales bear the mark of Roman and Williams’ protean design aesthetic. Those unfamiliar with these spaces will at least recognize their work from the elaborate …