Milan Furniture Fair 2012
I am pleased to announce my newest lighting collection, designed for Roll & Hill, will be on view at Spazio Pontaccio, one of Milan's premier showrooms during Salone del Mobile next month. The exhibition opens April 17th. If you're going to be in Milan for the fair, come on by.
New Installation - Bergdorf Goodman
If a Cary Grant character uses it to impress a woman and Jay-Z includes it in a song about being a baller, you know it's got to be good. In a city made for shopping, Bergdorf Goodman is the absolute best. And now the men's department will be lit by two Endless fixtures. It's just a shame my life isn't more like a Cary Grant movie or a Jay-Z song.
Recent Press - Metropolis
Design is a visual business. As such, the vast majority of press coverage is in the form of product round-ups and shopping guides. Fortunately, there are a few people out there trying to put some content next to the pretty pictures. Julie Taraska is one of them. In the March issue of Metropolis she explores why the lighting business seems to be meshing so well with the American design scene. Thanks Julie. Click the image below to see the article.
Recent Press - Wallpaper*
Wallpaper* Magazine's annual global design issue has just hit the newsstands and I'm happy to say the Modo Desk Lamp has made the cover of the American edition. The cover was designed by the celebrated illustrator Noma Bar. Thank you to Noma and to everyone at Wallpaper*.
Exhibition - Functional Redesign
The Northern Clay Center in Minneapolis has included my work in a six-person exhibition titled "Functional Redesign." The work will be on view from March 9 to April 29. If you find yourself in Minneapolis, stop by. Information can be found on the Northern Clay Center's website.
New Installation - UMass Dartmouth
In 1963 one of my favorite architects, Paul Rudolph was commissioned to create a master plan for the Southeastern Massachusetts Technological Institute (now the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth). Rudolph would later say about the project, “The central organization of this campus is purposely a moving, or dynamic, one. That’s the very nature of what is needed, as I see it. When one gets beyond the spiraling mall, with its defining buildings, walks, terraces, plantings, etc., then other architects will take over, and indeed they already have. In that sense, I’ve thought of it as similar to Thomas Jefferson’s University of Virginia, wherein he made a fixed, well-defined, marvelous central core for the campus." Part of Rudolph's central core, is the Library building, which after 40 years is getting a full renovation, and I am happy to say they have chosen 17 large Modo chandeliers for the main space. We'll post images as soon as we have some.
Recent Press - New York Times
A few weeks back, the New York Times asked me for my thoughts on children's beds for their "Shopping With" column. I was able to include my daughter in the process, so I was happy to oblige. Click the image below to see the article.
Recent Press - Case da Abitare
You gotta love Italy and you gotta love Case da Abitare. I certainly do. They have been a huge supporter of my work over the years. In the November issue they included this beautifully photographed article about my apartment (Photos by Filippo Banberghi). There is also a very nice interview written with a particularly Italian point of view. Its a shame Berlusconi was replaced by an economist.
Welcome to my studio's new website. Here you will find the latest information about my work and studio, including new projects and installations, recent press and the most up-to-date collection of images. In addition, this site is the now best resource for purchasing products I've designed. Nowhere else can you find all the work in one place. In some cases we are even the exclusive US retailer.
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