bklyn designs 2009: video tour, part 2

i spent two full days at bklyn designs this weekend, but if you have 10 minutes (or some time to browse a photo set), you can get a great tour of the show and its highlights right here. the first video today introduced us to a handful of fantastic artists showing this year, and in this video, we’ll meet the talented students of pratt* and some other favorites from the show that didn’t fit in the first video installment. artists featured in this video include:

if you’d rather jump straight to the photos, CLICK HERE for my favorites after the jump (as well as a link to the full flickr set).

*sadly my audio at the pratt booth was drowned out due to crowd noise so i had to cut a few students from the mix. sorry, guys.

WANT TO CUT STRAIGHT TO THE FULL FLICKR PHOTO SET (twice as many pictures, full-sized), JUST CLICK HERE TO CHECK THEM OUT.

  1. Gary says:

    What a great tour. I’m proud to see some of these incredible and innovative designs coming out of Brooklyn! Go Brooklyn :)
    I’m especially taken with Horgan Becket and KWH designs.
    Super,

  2. So great to see all these amazing designers – KWH, awesome!

  3. Barbara says:

    Love the buoy chair… thanks for the tour!

  4. jan says:

    fantastic job grace, congrats!

  5. C.Alicia says:

    Wow, that’s such a cool event. I especially like the buoy chair, so creative. Thanks for sharing Brooklyn Designs with the rest of the world, Grace!

  6. KF says:

    Thanks for sharing more video footage. I was hoping to see some more work from the show.

  7. Michelle says:

    What a fantastic space, love the words written on the bedroom wall, the indoor hammock, and the chalkboard fridge, all the details are so original and personal.

  8. Bromeliad says:

    Thanks so much for the thorough coverage.

  9. claire says:

    Love Tawny Hixson’s chair!!

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