Rockwell Group x ZigZagZurich - Best of NYCxDesign 2016 -
ZigZagZurich and 4Spaces featured on Rockwell Group's Best of NYCxDesign Round Up for 2016 featuring our very own Plastic Fantastic curtain fabric with the designs from Nathalie Du Pasquier and George Sowden - Brooklyn, New York, New Orleans.
Woven with a unique yarn, this translucent fabric can be printed on with different colours and designs, giving a vitrage like effect to a room. Its woven in double width 118" / 300cm so can be used as a single panel in rooms or windows, giving it a wide use for both residential and contract drapery and curtain installations.
Available for both end users online and for corporate contracts . Please contact us directly for more information about this incredible product and for custom projects.
Full article on line here - http://www.rockwellgroup.com/blogs/best-of-nycxdesign-2016
About the Rockwell Group -
With a desire to create immersive environments, Rockwell Group takes a cross-disciplinary approach to its inventive array of projects. Founded in 1984 by David Rockwell, and based in downtown New York with satellite offices in Madrid and Shanghai, the firm specializes in a wide array of project types, from hospitality, cultural and healthcare, to educational, product, and set design. Named as one of Fast Company’s most innovative design practices, the firm crafts a unique narrative for each project through the intersection of theater and architecture. Projects include W Hotels in New York, Paris, Singapore, and Vieques; Nobu restaurants and hotels worldwide; Andaz Wall Street and Andaz Maui at Wailea; Untitled restaurant at the Whitney Museum of American Art; Bar Americain in New York; Maialino at the Gramercy Park Hotel; NeueHouse, a new concept in shared work spaces in New York; Shinola Flagship TriBeca; the Elinor Bunin-Munroe Film Center at Lincoln Center; the Imagination Playground initiative; set design for the 2009 and 2010 annual Academy Awards; projects for Google worldwide; the Marketplace at the JetBlue terminal at John F. Kennedy International Airport; the Children’s Hospital at Montefiore; Tower D and Culture Shed at New York’s Hudson Yards in collaboration with Diller Scofidio + Renfro; and set design for Kinky Boots, Lucky Guy, Hairspray, Legally Blonde, Catch Me if You Can, Harvey, The Normal Heart, and A Free Man of Color; Andaz Wall Street and Andaz Maui at Wailea; “Hall of Fragments,” the entrance installation to the 2008 Venice Architecture Biennale; a fabric collection for Jim Thompson; a collection of wall coverings for Maya Romanoff; and a collection of rugs, wall hangings, and pillows for The Rug Company.
Architecture, Interior Design, Product & Furniture Design, Master Planning, Strategy, Interactive Technology