16–19 May 2014 NYCxDESIGN in NYC —
SASD Industrial Design seniors, Kelsey Day, Mackenzie Day and Carmine Esposito and alumni David Clarkin and Evan Anderson, joined by junior Geoffrey Perman, exhibited their best work this year at Wanted Design 2014.
WantedDesign is a premier creative destination for the international design community during NYCxDESIGN in NYC every May.
WantedDesign continues to set the standard for international design curation with its fourth edition. The event offered a 360-degree experience with innovative installations, memorable products, a pop-up store, interactive experiences, convivial lounges, thought-provoking student workshops, engaging discourse and more.
Located in the exceptional landmark Terminal Stores building on 11th Avenue, WantedDesign offers participants and visitors alike a unique and dynamic experience and serves as a meeting point for designers, manufacturers, industrials, distributors, craftsmen, students, design institutions, the press and all design lovers. WantedDesign is actively part of NYCxDESIGN, which takes place in NYC in May every year and aims to showcase New York as a dynamic and unique design destination.
11,000+ visitors came to visit the fourth annual WantedDesign 2014 event during NYCxDesign. Despite the pouring rain on Friday May 16th, more than 4,000 people attended the WantedDesign 2014 previews and opening night at the Terminal Stores in Chelsea. Followed by three days where 100+ exhibitors from 16 countries including – Mexico, Guatemala, France, Italy, Austria, Australia, and others – were showcased at their best.
WantedDesign continues to evolve as a major multi-creative platform and key destination for NYCxDESIGN: the three-day Conversation Series program, the Launch Pad, the Design Schools Workshop, and micro events brought together international designers, interior designers, architects, manufacturers, design schools, professional design organizations, media, and the general design loving public.
SASD furniture design classes allow students and opportunity to do specialized design work in the furniture field. Classes explore materials, colors, textures, forms, human factors, and manufacturing techniques enabling students to create uniquely aesthetic and functional solutions to furniture design problems. Students start with research, free hand and orthographic drawings, a variety of three-dimensional models, CAD drawings, and conclude with a final prototype or a finished piece of furniture.