It’s exciting time for humanity: dispassionate with minimalism and massively mass-produced furniture and utilitarian goods for the home, we are all yearning for the unique and special objects — that are like pets supposed to bring friendly touch and emotion to our living space. That is what design blog Sight Unseen reflected in their yearly show during New York Design Week.

Doors at 201 Mulberry St. in SoHo — the hub of the show

Pieces by Musing-Selles

Lights by In Common With studio based in NYC
Handmade glass vases by Nina Cho
Monolith Series by Bravo

Sight Unseen Offsite

May 17—20, 11 am to 7 pm
Openhouse Gallery (SoHo)
201 Mulberry | View in map

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