HERE PROJECTS IN THE EDITOR AT LARGE:  MUST-SEE: NEXT LEVEL BRINGS TOGETHER PARTNERS IN WORK (AND LIFE)   Next Level  is a labor of love—for the design work, and between the project’s collaborators. Six thousand square feet in New York’s NoHo neighborhood is home, at least until May 23, to a contemporary design gallery curated and hosted by  Asher Israelow Studio , Patrick Weder Design, Hart textiles, Here Projects, and Eskayel,     READ FULL ARTICLE

HERE PROJECTS IN THE EDITOR AT LARGE:

MUST-SEE: NEXT LEVEL BRINGS TOGETHER PARTNERS IN WORK (AND LIFE)

Next Level is a labor of love—for the design work, and between the project’s collaborators. Six thousand square feet in New York’s NoHo neighborhood is home, at least until May 23, to a contemporary design gallery curated and hosted by Asher Israelow Studio, Patrick Weder Design, Hart textiles, Here Projects, and Eskayel,

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 HERE PROJECTS IN ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST:  THE BEST INSTALLATIONS, COLLABORATIONS, POP-UPS, AND MORE DURING NYCXDESIGN  Ephemeral design gallery Next Level makes their NYCxDesign debut with an exciting show of pieces by Fort Standard, Avo, Huy Bui, Nita, and others. The exhibition is organized and curated by Asher Israelow, Eskayel, Hart Textiles, Here Projects, and Patrick Weder, and aims to celebrate the artists and designers who are elevating the standards of design exhibition to the "next level," as the boundaries between art and design continue to dissolve.      READ FULL ARTICLE

HERE PROJECTS IN ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST:

THE BEST INSTALLATIONS, COLLABORATIONS, POP-UPS, AND MORE DURING NYCXDESIGN

Ephemeral design gallery Next Level makes their NYCxDesign debut with an exciting show of pieces by Fort Standard, Avo, Huy Bui, Nita, and others. The exhibition is organized and curated by Asher Israelow, Eskayel, Hart Textiles, Here Projects, and Patrick Weder, and aims to celebrate the artists and designers who are elevating the standards of design exhibition to the "next level," as the boundaries between art and design continue to dissolve.


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 HERE PROJECTS IN INTERIOR DESIGN:  WHAT NOT TO MISS AT THIS YEAR'S NYCXDESIGN.  Co-hosted by  Eskayel , Asher Israelow Studio, Hart, Here Projects, and Patrick Weder Design, "NEXT LEVEL" will make its NYCxDESIGN debut as an art and design experience showcasing new pieces from boundary-pushing designers.   READ FULL ARTICLE

HERE PROJECTS IN INTERIOR DESIGN:

WHAT NOT TO MISS AT THIS YEAR'S NYCXDESIGN.

Co-hosted by Eskayel, Asher Israelow Studio, Hart, Here Projects, and Patrick Weder Design, "NEXT LEVEL" will make its NYCxDESIGN debut as an art and design experience showcasing new pieces from boundary-pushing designers.

READ FULL ARTICLE

 HERE PROJECTS IN THE EDITOR AT LARGE:  MUST-SEE: NEXT LEVEL BRINGS TOGETHER PARTNERS IN WORK (AND LIFE)   Next Level  is a labor of love—for the design work, and between the project’s collaborators. Six thousand square feet in New York’s NoHo neighborhood is home, at least until May 23, to a contemporary design gallery curated and hosted by  Asher Israelow Studio , Patrick Weder Design, Hart textiles, Here Projects, and Eskayel     READ FULL ARTICLE

HERE PROJECTS IN THE EDITOR AT LARGE:

MUST-SEE: NEXT LEVEL BRINGS TOGETHER PARTNERS IN WORK (AND LIFE)

Next Level is a labor of love—for the design work, and between the project’s collaborators. Six thousand square feet in New York’s NoHo neighborhood is home, at least until May 23, to a contemporary design gallery curated and hosted by Asher Israelow Studio, Patrick Weder Design, Hart textiles, Here Projects, and Eskayel

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 HERE PROJECTS IN HOME NZ  EXPERT REPORTS ON ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN FROM VENICE AND NEW YORK  Taking advantage of the energy around the design festival - and a massive 550-square-metre retail space currently standing empty on Broadway - Next Level was a self-curated group show by 16 of the city’s leading independent designers and studios. Organized by Asher Israelow Studio, Patrick Weder Design, Hart Textiles, HERE Projects and Eskayel on a dime and almost spontaneously when the space became available, the installation was nonetheless one of the most seamless and visually coherent shows of the whole festival, which is perhaps to be expected when designers become curators. It shone a light on the already strong relationships, friendships and collaborations that underpin NYC’s creative ecosystem, where designers share resources, sources, suppliers and sometimes workspaces.   READ FULL ARTICLE

HERE PROJECTS IN HOME NZ

EXPERT REPORTS ON ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN FROM VENICE AND NEW YORK

Taking advantage of the energy around the design festival - and a massive 550-square-metre retail space currently standing empty on Broadway - Next Level was a self-curated group show by 16 of the city’s leading independent designers and studios. Organized by Asher Israelow Studio, Patrick Weder Design, Hart Textiles, HERE Projects and Eskayel on a dime and almost spontaneously when the space became available, the installation was nonetheless one of the most seamless and visually coherent shows of the whole festival, which is perhaps to be expected when designers become curators. It shone a light on the already strong relationships, friendships and collaborations that underpin NYC’s creative ecosystem, where designers share resources, sources, suppliers and sometimes workspaces.

READ FULL ARTICLE