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Design Hunting

April 20, 2017

Happenings
  • Castle Culture
    From Shakespeare to Game of Thrones, no single type of building has had the same enduring cultural allure as the castle. The history of castles will be explored in “Make Thy Castles High and Fair: Medieval Castles to Modern Fantasies,” a lecture with architectural historian Jonathan Foyle at the General Society of Mechanics & Tradesmen of the City of New York on April 20.
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  • Editing Dirty Furniture
    Elizabeth Glickfeld is founding editor of the experimental London-based independent design magazine Dirty Furniture. In a talk at the School of Visual Arts on April 25, Glickfeld will tell the story of how the magazine — which builds each issue around a single piece of furniture — came to be.
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  • Lost Rondout
    Lost Rondout: A Story of Urban Removal will be screened for free at the Cooper Union at 7 p.m. on April 22. The documentary film tells the story of a 1960s urban-renewal project that wreaked havoc on the Rondout district of Kingston, New York, viewing it as a case study of urban disruption.
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Art & Design

Neon by the Sea

David Adjaye turned a garish Montauk spec house into a soothing, all-wood space where Adam Lindemann’s art collection takes pride of place. See More ›


The grounds were designed by Miranda Brooks.

Marc Newson’s table and canteen chairs brighten up the kitchen.

The large concrete fireplace divides the living and dining area.

The Best Bet

An Unexpected Side Table

Have you heard? Animal-footed side tables are a thing now. This copper table from Urban Outfitters is the perfect starter piece: small, circular, and plain on top. More  ›

 
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