Jeremy Saladyga|||||||Masamichi Udagawa and Sigi Moeslinger|The “post-cubicle” Workspaces projects for Knoll, five years in the making|Antenna’s work on New York’s R143 subway car and ticket vending machines|Made for Blooomberg, a dual-screen display unit where both screens rotate|Bloemendaal, a new permanent installation at Broadway station|Taxi, an object from Pattern Recognition, a show inspired by the streets of New York||
06 Dec 2011

Antenna: NYC design studio steps into the office

Words by Elizabeth Choppin

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