Midtown Manhattan’s Piers 92 and 94
– nearly 200,000 square feet of exhibit
space – coming together in a carefully
curated presentation of design.
Particularly exciting was the show’s
MADE section, which featured juried
galleries of ore than 160 artists and
designers. From local artists to international studios, the section showcased
original art, fine furniture, sculpture,
textiles, and lighting – all available for
purchase or special order. The show
had more than 70 new makers participate in the section this year.
There was an array of exceptionally-crafted wooden furniture on display. ✚
Canadian studio Norquay’s paddles are all made from cherry.
Award winner David Stine’s massive 17-foot table is cut from a single slab of walnut.
Istanbul-based Feyz’ chess set and table
were crafted from walnut & maple veneer.
Those black spots are caused by sea worms, which ate through the submerged Venetian
bricola walnut wood used in this resin table from Contemporary Ecowood.