The Russel & Mary Wright Design Gallery Opens at MANITOGA

A collection of objects by the mid-century designer find a place within The Russel Wright Design Center

Tucked away off a side road in Garrison, New York, MANITOGA—otherwise known as The Russel Wright Design Center—comprises the nationally landmarked mid-century home, serene studio and enchanting 75-acre forest of the iconic industrial designer. Anyone who’s already taken a trip to the idyllic woodland grounds and set eyes upon Wright’s masterful glass abode, Dragon Rock, has anticipated the opening of an on-site gallery. This May, …

Visiting “At The Luss House: Blum & Poe, Mendes Wood DM + Object & Thing”

In Ossining, New York, this trio of organizers returns with another stunning site-specific immersion

When he was 25, in the year 1955, designer, architect and clockmaker Gerald Luss imagined and then constructed a mid-century modern home in the town of Ossining, New York, for his family. It would be their residence for roughly three years, during which time Luss was also working on another milestone as the design mastermind behind the 350,000 square feet of interiors at the Time-Life building. That …

Stone Barns Center Opens a Gallery with Object & Thing

A debut exhibition on artistic practices interwoven with farm sustainability

A confluence of categoric visionaries, The Gallery at the non-profit farm and education axis Stone Barns Center (home of the two-Michelin-star farmstead restaurant, Blue Hill at Stone Barns) debuted this week in partnership with art and design platform Object & Thing. The exhibition adheres to the mission of the Pocantico Hills, New York-located Center and addresses farm sustainability through the lens of artistic practice and …