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Design Hunting

October 5, 2017

Happenings
  • Mitchell Owens at the New York School of Interior Design
    On October 11, NYSID will host Mitchell Owens, decorative-arts editor at Architectural Digest. Owens has worked at AD since 2013; before that, he worked for titles including Elle Decor, American HomeStyle, Nest, T, and Travel + Leisure. Owens will hit on a range of topics, such as the tensions between rationalism and escapism in design, and will talk about his experiences in journalism.
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  • Architecture & Design Film Festival Short Films Walk
    Art, design, and film come together on October 11 for the ADFF Short Films Walk. (The festival runs from November 1 to 5). For the walk, loops of selections from short films will be screened in ten Soho design showrooms. More ›
  • Archtober Building of the Day: St. John the Divine
    As part of New York City’s Architecture and Design Month, “Archtober,” contemporary and iconic local architecture is celebrated with the Building of the Day, with daily on-site tours led by educators from the cathedral. On October 11, the building will be the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine. The Cathedral is more than 120 years old and, despite being unfinished, is the largest cathedral in the world. More  ›
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Future Fun Houses

This prefab mirrored house can be plopped almost anywhere. Simple, pristine, and easy to place in any landscape. See More ›


The compact unit is wrapped in UV-resistant coated glass.

Each cabin is equipped with a shower, a toilet, and a kitchen area.

It's also delivered with a queen-size bed and pullout trundle.

The Best Bet

A Marble Accent Table

A favorite of celebrity designer Cheryl Eisen, this round accent table from World Market features an elegant marble top with a black triangle metal base for a modern and industrial contrast. More  ›

 
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Design Hunting on Facebook Tips on all things decorative, design chats with Wendy Goodman, and photographs from the latest design-hunting discoveries in NYC. facebook.com/DesignHunting
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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