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New Stuff exhibition at the Johnson Trading Gallery

Rather belatedly, here are some photos of the New Stuff exhibition held at the Johnson Trading Gallery in New York late last year.

Top image: Fauteuil Chair by Aranda/Lasch. Above: Quasi Cabinet by Aranda/Lasch, wood, metal and lacquer.

Other exhibitors included Max Lamb, Harush Shlomo, David N. Ebner, Joseph Heidecker, Steven Holl Architects, Shay Alkalay and Peter Macapia / DORA. The exhibition was open 13-22 December 2007.

Above: Camouflage Screen by Aranda/Lasch, mirror-polished stainless steel.

Above: Fauteuil Chair by Aranda/Lasch, cardboard study.

Above: Four-legged Diamond Stool by Max Lamb, cast pewter.

Above: Three Legged Stool by Max Lamb, cast pewter.

Above: Black Poly Chair by Max Lamb, foam and rubberised paint.

Above: Transfusion by Harush Schlomo, sculpted aluminium.

Above: Definition of Density by Harush Shlomo, sculpted aluminium.

Above: Lingerie Chest by David N. Ebner, Honduras mahogany.

Above: Photographic Chest by Joseph Heidecker, photo collage, wood, lacquer.

Above: Pair of Yearbook side chairs and card table, photo collage, wood, lacquer.

Above: Riddled Cabinet by Steven Holl and Nick Gelpi, ableflex laminate with walnut veneer and aluminium.

Above: Stack universal drawer system by Shay Alkalay, wood.

Above: Triangulated structural mesh generated using computational fluid dynamic particles by Peter Macepia/DORA, SLS manufacture process, duraform PA material, fluid: honey.