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26 Delightful Discoveries From NYCxDESIGN Week

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  • Gowin Through the Ages
    Prolific photographer Emmet Gowin has shot everything from intimate portraits of his family to hundreds of species of moths in South America. Now a new exhibit at the Morgan Library & Museum, Hidden Likeness: Photographer Emmet Gowin at the Morgan, on view from May 22 through September 20, pays tribute to the artist’s five-decade career. More  ›
  • Musical Stiles
    Portland-based rock-and-roll poster artist Dan Stiles will launch his book One Thing Leads to Another on Wednesday, May 27, with a talk at Strand Books. Stiles, who also writes children’s books, creates colorful, kaleidoscopic concert posters, and has worked with artists such as Sonic Youth, Wilco, and Sigur Rós. More  ›
  • Complex Housing
    Preserving the Fabric of Our Neighborhoods, a panel discussion this Tuesday, May 26 at the Museum of the City of New York, will address Mayor de Blasio’s bid to build affordable housing across New York City through the lens of historic preservation and will be moderated by Simeon Bankoff of the Historic Districts Council. More  ›
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A Design Explosion

Twenty-six delightful discoveries from NYCxDESIGN week. See More ›

Suzana Monacella of McMillen designed this guest bedroom.

Note the scale and use of porcelain links in these new Apparatus lamps.

Wallpaper by Timorous Beasties never fails to delight.

The Best Bet

The Terrace Lounger

This coral chaise from Room & Board seats two people and is upholstered in weather-resistant fabric. More  ›

Design Hunting, Socially
Design Hunting on Facebook Tips on all things decorative, design chats with Wendy Goodman, and photographs from the latest design hunting discoveries in NYC.
Design Hunting on Twitter Moment-to-moment updates on design news and trend-spotting, as well as live-tweeting from insider events and parties (with a few contests thrown in for good measure). @DesignHunting

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