If you didn’t sate your craving for contemporary design at last
weekend’s “Brooklyn Designs,” another fix can be had at
the third annual “Altoids Living Spaces,” beginning this Saturday.
Curated by Jason Miller and Dave Alhadeff, owner of The Future Perfect in Billyburg, this year’s exhibit showcases designs by four-dozen companies including redstr/collective, The Design Can and Hivemindesign in the Williamsburg salon/bar Supreme Trading.
Artist Karim Rashid (pictured) — whose 3-D computer graphic art is featured in the 2005 Taschen monograph, “Digipop” — will choose one “Living Spaces” designer to receive the Altoids Curiously Strong Designer Award.
“Living Spaces” will be on display May 20-23, from noon to 6 pm, at Supreme Trading [213 N. Eighth St. between Driggs and Roebling streets in Williamsburg, (718) 599-4224]. A viewing party will be held May 22, from 9 pm to 2 am (with free booze offered from 10 pm to 11 pm). The exhibition and party are free and open to the public.
— Lisa J. Curtis
©2006 Community News Group
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