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Design Hunting

November 30, 2017

  • Cooper Hewitt Graphic Design Meet-Up
    Put your design smarts to the test and win prizes during an evening of talks and trivia at Cooper Hewitt on December 5. Trivial Dispute’s Adam Kesner will lead the festivities with design-trivia challenges. Cooper Hewitt curator Ellen Lupton will discuss her new book, Design Is Storytelling, a guide to narrative thinking for designers. More  ›
  • Discussing New York Living at NYSID
    On December 6, the New York School of Interior Design will host Paul Gunther, co-author of New York Living: Re-Inventing Home, along with Tamara Eaton and David Mann, two design professionals featured in his new book. The trio will explore the topic of contemporary residential design across New York City.
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  • Skyscraper Museum Family Program
    Families with children ages 7 and up are invited to the Skyscraper Museum on December 2 to learn about domes from across the world. From igloos to Bucky Fuller’s minimalist structural frames, this amazing shape has many uses. Children might recognize it from Epcot in Disney World, and parents might remember the shape from the aviary at the Queens Zoo in Flushing Meadows. More ›
Design Hunting

Space of the Week

Maxing Out 900 Square Feet in a Postwar Box

The price was right, the layout was wrong. How often is this the case when apartment hunting? Homepolish’s Tali Roth renovated to the rescue. See More ›

Here, a dusty pumpkin-orange chair brings a surprising pop of color.

The sofa bed is opposite the open kitchen and living room.

The bedroom is inundated with color, like the cool painted walls.

The Best Bet

A Classy Lighter

Tokyo brand Tsubota Pearl has been making lighters (and money clips, cigarette cases, and other stately objects) since 1952. At $40, this green tortoise lighter also makes a great holiday gift. More  ›

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