NYCxDesign: Highlights from design-driven annual exhibition include a live weaving session, 3D-printed ceramic bowls, and color-changing wall panels

The Collective Design Fair bridges the world of functional products and galleries during NYCxDesign. It’s an event where design collectors can drop big money on authentic and often times very rare design objects. It is also a place to see what ideas and visual styles resonate with discerning eyes. Here’s our picks of the best from the 2015 edition of the show.

Oslo-based Fuglen exhibited a series of eye-catching geometric objects. Sculptures made of traditional wood and copper were realized in precise circles. A set of colorful wall panels changed hues as you moved around them.

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