January 22, 2018

The 40 Most Inspiring Design Moments of 2017

Feel the pull of inspiration from the past year’s architecture, interiors, fashion, and art.

Paula Cánovas and NikeLab. An experimental polyester garment paired with VaporMax sneakers for “Vision-Airs: Experiments in Style,” part of the Nike Air Max’s 30th anniversary. Photography courtesy of Nike.
Ugo Rondinone. Vocabulary of Solitude, presented in “Good Evening Beautiful Blue” at the Bass Museum of Art in Miami Beach. Photography by Zachary Balber/Ugo Rondinone and the Bass Museum of Art.
Alexander Calder. From “Calder: Hypermobility” at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, The Arches in painted sheet metal. Photography courtesy of the Calder Foundation and the Artists Rights Society (ARS), both New York.
Richard Woods. Holiday Home, commissioned by the U.K.’s Creative Foundation for the Folkestone Triennial. Photography by Thierry Bol.
Muti Randolph. At the New York boutique Galeria Melissa, painted wooden pedestals, mirror, and LEDs. Photography by Alex Fradkin.
Sarah Cain. Now I’m Going To Tell You Everything, a mixed-media outdoor installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. Photography by Jeff McLane.

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