2015, Sep

A First Look at Design Miami 2015 (T The New York Times Style Magazine)

As designers know all too well, for every finished project—what gets walked down a runway or stocked on a shelf—there are dozens, if not hundreds, of unrealized ideas that never make it out of the studio. This work, often frustrating and messy, is so central to the design process, yet so often goes unseen—until this December, when it will be presented front and center at Design Miami's entry pavilion.

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