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KWAMBIO's Customizable Design Objects
Oftentimes, the aesthetic quality of 3D-printed objects means—no matter how useful—the products are ultimately unattractive. Of course, much progress has been made over the last few years, and the varying levels of amateur and professional work...
Brooklyn-based experimental design duo Chen Chen and Kai Williams are well-known for creating functional art pieces that surprise. Finding the ideal balance between playfulness and elegance are their latest products—created exclusively for furniture...
Of a Kind + Chen Chen & Kai Williams
Champion of creating limited-edition goods with independent designers, and the antithesis to flash sale sites, Of a Kind recently gave us a sneak peek of its latest creation, which highlights the work of Brooklyn-based experimental design duo Chen...
CH Gift Guide: Stocking Stuffers
This time of year, showering friends, family, colleagues and your favorite bodega owner with thoughtful gifts is a congenial way to show your appreciation. More than simply a token stocking stuffer, the below items culled from the Cool Hunting gift...
Designers Chen Chen and Kai Williams' collaborative Greenpoint studio space was flooded during Hurricane Sandy, perhaps causing these Pratt grads to ponder the immense power of the natural world. Their recent collection of keychains raises the question...
Grey Area at Collective Design Fair
Created by Harvard-educated architect Steven Learner, the first-annual Collective Design Fair opens this week at NYC's Pier 57, ushering in a range of vintage and contemporary works that speak to a discerning, multi-faceted design community. Among...
Last week, HTC hosted a design tour of New York City, with visits to some of the area's top designers and creative thinkers. We got to join in for a workshop in the backyard of The Future Perfect with Chen Chen and Kai Williams, the Brooklyn-based...
To properly experience Brooklyn-based designer Caitlin Mociun's new Williamsburg store is to take a moment to explore each of the unusual clusters of objects that adorn the display tables, window sills and floor areas. Mociun wants you to peer into...
Design Week Pop-Up Shops
Design fans in town for ICFF can take a slice of the festivities home with them this year, thanks to an exciting array of shops popping up around NYC this weekend in conjunction with the main furniture fair. Whether you're into the custom-crafted...
Like the results of mineralization—when organic sources meet and meld with other substances that then embody the form of the original—artists Chen Chen and Kai Williams' cross-sectioned pieces interpret what happens when the mountains...
A project four years in the making, Kin Coda comprises a range of 25 uniquely crafted keepsake boxes, each an assemblage of art by the diverse design collective We-Are-Familia. Since graphic designer Jennifer Garcia began the project in 2007, several...
Sight Unseen E-Shop
Having toyed with the idea of adding an e-shop since the early days of their online magazine, Sight Unseen, former I.D. editors Monica Khemsurov and Jill Singer weren't going to make the jump until they were truly inspired. "The blogs that we admire...
Link About It: This Week's Picks
1. Dedegumo Workshop Japanese watchmakers create beautiful custom watches , combining traditional and modern design, while onlookers observe the process in their newly-opened New York Lower East Side store. 2. The Original Kavatza Pouch The World...