It’s day two of DPAGES coverage of New York Design Week 2014. A couple of things you can expect to see in abundance… warm metals (especially copper) and a healthy dose of cool lighting – some of which we shared with you yesterday. And now without further ado, please sit back, relax and enjoy our tidy curation of all design madness. Above – Pendant light by Brooklyn based designer Patrick Weder.
BIKEID‘s Limited Edition series of bikes. Loving the copper ($990 + free shipping from BIKEID’s NYC workshop).
Hoop Lamps by Colorado based architect / designer Elish Warlop. Inspired by early 20th century hoop skirts – each ring and shade can be manually adjusted to create an array of forms and shadow compositions. The light sources are housed within the small brass tabs on each hoop.
Prism by Long Island City based HUXHUX design studio. These small stacked acrylic and brass tables refract light and color from their internal voids.
Jumbo 29 Bubble Chandelier ($6,800) and X-Tall Bubble Chandelier ($13,600) by the Brooklyn based design studio, PELLE.
The famously bold Glasgow textile designers of Timorous Beasties launched Thunder Blotch (£120.00 per metre) at this year’s ICFF. The fabric falls somewhere between a watercolor, floral, Rorschach and splatter-paint composition.
Thin – an LED task light designed by Peter Bristol in collaboration with Juniper is available through DSHOP. Thin’s adjustable, long construction allows for maximum coverage while using minimum of space.
And we close with another new release from Yabu Pushelberg for Avenue Road – a pair of silver plated Candlesticks. To view all coverage from New York Design Week 2014, click through to Part I and Part III.