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Another Design Week, another Model Citizens. The whole thing is pretty much a blur at this point.
I showed the Turn Table Lamps and had some good feedback, we’ll see where this goes.
Below are some quick shots of some of the other Citizens.
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A lot going on this week, I’ll be showing Turn Table Lamps at Model Citizens NYC, Unique will be auctioned off at the enLIGHTen Project charity (tickets still available), and Kinetic 5 will be shown at the first ever Core77 Open.
Hope to see you there.
Model Citizens NYC 2012
May 19, 20, & 21. 10-7PM daily
Reception May 19th 5-8PM
52 Mercer @ SOHO 4th Floor
2nd Annual Gala-The enLIGHTen Project
Thu, May 17, 2012 6:00PM to 9:00PM (Eastern)
463 West Street
New York, NY
The First Annual Core77 Open
Five Designers × Five Boroughs
350 Bowery (at Great Jones St)
New York, NY 10003
Friday, May 18–Tuesday, May 22, 2012
Saturday, May 19, 7–10PM
The big Spring student show for ITP is this Monday and Tuesday. So many great projects, a must see trust me.
Monday, May 14 from 5-9pm
Tuesday, May 15 from 4-8pm
To get there:
Interactive Telecommunications Program
Tisch School of the Arts
New York, NY 10003
Take the left elevator to the 4th floor.
This event is free and open to the public.
No need to RSVP.
call: 212 998-1880
Some incredible designers are involved with the enLIGHTen Project for the Kids of Kathmandu charity. Lighting design auction will be online soon. The event will be held on May 17th.
Jeff Hartman/Meredith Clark
Rich Brilliant Willing
Vica by Annabelle Selldorf
Workshop Design Build
Photo taken by Jami Saunders
I’m very lucky to be part of a very great charity event, the enLIGHTen Project. The Kids of Kathmandu charity is holding an auction of unique lighting design. Proceeds from the enLIGHTen project will go towards solar panels and batteries for the orphanage in Nepal.
Andrew and Jami, the lovely couple who run the charity, came by the studio for a quick photo shoot (it was my first shoot, they call it a “shoot” in the biz, actually I don’t think they do). Anyway, Jami took some amazing photos of the lamp I’m making for the event.
There are someincredible designers involved in the project, check them out.
Other images from the shoot.