Utility meets design is this Stylaire Kitchen Stepladder (circa 1950) designed and manufactured by Cosco Home and Office Products. I photographed this piece in the visible-storage rooms at the Brooklyn Museum because it reminded me of one just like this that we had in our house when I was growing up (60s – 70s). Continue reading Eye On Design: Stylaire Kitchen Stepladder
If you happen to be lucky enough to visit the Danish city of Copenhagen, don’t miss your chance to make a very fun visit to their fantastic Designmuseum, which is where I saw this super modern ladder designed by Karen Kjaegaard. The space-saving, bright red lacquered Apple Jack Ladder was part of Kjaegaard’s My Private Garden exhibit, which took place at the Designmuseum in 2005. The ladder is manufactured by Trip Trap. Read more about the My Private Garden exhibit at This Link!
The above photo does not depict the interior of a Lighting store on the Bowery. Rather, these light fixtures are part of the two-gallery group show, Junkies’ Promises, now on exhibit at both Paul Kasmin Gallery spaces on 10th Avenue, and also 27th Street. Continue reading Junkies’ Promises At Paul Kasmin Gallery