September 2, 2015

Luminaries of Yesterday and Today Meet at Skyline Design

Small Squares by Alexander Girard for Skyline Design.

Luminaries of yesterday and today meet at

Skyline Design

, manufacturer of digitally printed glass panels. Representing the past is

Alexander Girard

, whose namesake collection expands with Small Squares, originally conceived for fabric. The present is the realm of

Interior Design

Hall of Fame member

Patricia Urquiola

and photographer

Bonnie Edelman

. Urquiola based her Overlay and Check, both layered stripes, and her Cipher, a deconstructed grid, on studies that involved shuffling sheets of patterned translucent acetate. Edelman translated her skill at manipulating shutter speeds into Scapes, a nature-themed group including Forgotten Flowers.

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From left: Alexander Girard, Patricia Urquiola (photo by Alessandro Paderni/Eye), and Bonnie Edelman.

Overlay, Check, and Cipher by Patricia Urquiola for Skyline Design.

Forgotten Flowers by Bonnie Edelman for Skyline Design.

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