The 2022 American Design Hot List, Part V

This week we announced our 10th annual American Design Hot List, Sight Unseen’s editorial award for the names to know now in American design. We’re devoting an entire week to interviews with this year’s honorees — get to know the fifth and final group of Hot List designers here (including Tiffany Howell of Night Palm, and her Lana Del Rey–inspired Miami project, above).
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The 2022 American Design Hot List, Part IV

This week we announced our 10th annual American Design Hot List, Sight Unseen’s editorial award for the names to know now in American design. We’re devoting an entire week to interviews with this year’s honorees — get to know the fourth group of Hot List designers here (including Luam Melake, whose Listening Chair, debuting at R & Company next week, is shown above.
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The 2022 American Design Hot List, Part III

This week we announced our 10th annual American Design Hot List, Sight Unseen’s editorial award for the names to know now in American design. We’re devoting an entire week to interviews with this year’s honorees; get to know the third group of Hot List designers here — Ginger Gordon, Gregory Beson, Ian Collings, In Common With (pictured above), and Jialun Xiong.
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The 2022 American Design Hot List, Part I

This week we announced our 10th annual American Design Hot List, Sight Unseen’s editorial award for the names to know now in American design. We’re devoting an entire week to interviews with this year’s honorees — get to know the first group of Hot List designers here — Adi Goodrich, Anders Ruhwald, Astraeus Clarke, Bradley L. Bowers, and Carmen D'Apollonio.
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Announcing Our 2022 American Design Hot List Honorees

Today we’re pleased to announce the honorees of our 10th annual American Design Hot List, an unapologetically subjective editorial award for the names to know now in American design. The list acts as Sight Unseen’s guide to those influencing the design landscape in any given year — whether through standout launches, must-see exhibitions, or just our innate sense that they’re ones to watch.
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