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Exhibitions

2018
A' Design Award Exhibitions at MOOD 2018
2017
A' Design Award Exhibitions, Worldwide 2017-2018
RUSSIAN DESIGN HISTORY 1917-2017, Russia
2016
A' Design Award Exhibitions, Worldwide
2015
Gathering by Li Edelkoort at the Milan Design Week, Milan, Italy
2014
Exhibition of russian design PREDMET, Moscow, Russia
Gathering by Lidewij Edelkoort at DMH, Holon, Israel
2013
jpb ART/Jean-Pierre Botella Gallery, Saint-Tropez, France
Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea
2012
Florence Design Week, Florence, Italy
Gdynia Design Days 2012, Gdansk, Poland
International Exhibition and Forum of Industry and Innovations INNOPROM, Russia
Wired's month-long pop-up exhibition, New York, USA
2011
Clerkenwell Design Week 2011, London, Great Britain
Contemporary Russian design at Heritage Gallery auction, Moscow, Russia
DESIGNEAST.EU OFFLINE EXHIBITION, Budapest, Hungary - Prague, Czech Republic
Exhibition of Czech winners of Red dot design award, Seoul, Republic of Korea
International festival of industrial design DESIGN ACT, Moscow, Russia
Sretenka Design Week, Moscow, Russia
The 61st Berlin international film festival, Berlin, Germany
2010
International festival of industrial design DESIGN ACT, Moscow, Russia
Moscow Design Week 2010, Russia
Sretenka Design Week, Moscow, Russia
2008
International Days of Design of the Baltic States - Gdynia Design Days’ 08, Gdansk, Poland
International festival of industrial design DESIGN ACT, Moscow, Russia
Red dot design museum, Singapore
2007
International festival of industrial design DESIGN ACT, Moscow, Russia
2006
Design Innovation Awards, Moscow, Russia
MIDO Exhibition, Milan, Italy
ORGATEC, Cologne, Germany
Prague Toy Fair, Czech Republic
SaloneSatellite I Saloni WorldWide, Moscow, Russia
2005
Design Innovation Awards, Moscow, Russia
Promosedia International Chair Exhibition, Udine, Italy
SaloneSatellite I Saloni WorldWide, Moscow, Russia
2004
100% Design, Moscow, Russia
Design Innovation Awards, Moscow, Russia
iF Design Award Exhibition, Hanover, Germany
Il Salone del Mobile, GROHE showroom, Milan, Italy
International festival of architecture and interior design, Moscow, Russia
Salone dell‘ Arredo Bagno, Milan, Italy
2003
Design Innovation Awards, Moscow, Russia
2001
"Without the name", Omsk, Russia
2000
Furniture Fair, Moscow, Russia
1999
"Made in Omsk", Omsk, Russia

Wired's month-long pop-up exhibition, New York, USA



Billed as "the gear we like and how it works," Wired's month-long pop-up exhibition has been a perennial holiday destination in NYC for as long as we've published our own Ultimate Gift Guide. Entitled "What's Inside," the curated 'experience' is not a direct retail proposition—littleBits starter kits are the only thing that can be purchased on site—but it's tightly integrated with their online store, featuring nearly double the amount of products in their gift guide (including most of their 85 wishlist picks this year).



It also happens to be just up the block from Core HQ this year, and even though lower Broadway can seem like an outdoor shopping mall at times, it's more manageable than Times Square, where they'd set up shop last year. It's well worth a visit if you happen to be in the neighborhood, visiting another noteworthy Pop-Up Shop.



The prominently-displayed Faraday Porteur wasn't available for a test ride when I stopped by, but it's one of the few items that is visible from the street. Given the openness of the front third of the space, I was surprised to find densely packed shelves and display cases upon walking in; so too is the lower level packed with goodies (I'd overlooked several products my first time around; even Store Manager Noah Norman had trouble keeping track of where each and every item was located).



I'd venture to guess that roughly a tenth of the products on display have turned up in these very [web]pages—from the Eton BoostTurbine hand-cranked power supply (not pictured) to Clump-o-Lumps—which was a good thing, since I hadn't had the chance to see many of these items in person.







Finn Magee's trompe l'oeil lighting looked a little flimsy in real life and the Little Printer looked a little worse for the wear (though putting on a fresh face is one of his many abilities), but I thought the Kibardindesign digital clock looked better in real life than in photos I'd seen.







Of course, there are plenty of game-changing, beautiful, interactive, fascinating, clever or otherwise design-y products that have hit the market this year, and there is, in fact, but one object that turns up in both of our pop-up and theirs: the Blunt umbrella (we'd also be remiss not to mention that we have plenty in stock on Wooster St and online as well).



Indeed, store manager Noah Norman was interested to hear that we had a temporary space as well, agreeing that there are more than enough interesting products out there to fill multiple stores. He mentioned that last year's pop-up featured nearly twice as many products in a proportionally larger space (formerly the ESPN Zone, in the ground floor of the Condé Nast office building, no less).

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Norman duly noted the wish list items that weren't in the store—the Biological Compound Microscope, Wii U, MoogerFooger—as well as his personal favorite: the Celestron Skyprodigy 6 Telescope.

Aspiring astronomers can try it for themselves at the Wired Store, located at 583 Broadway, New York, NY 10012, open from now until December 23. Store hours are 11AM–7PM daily, except for Mondays, when the store is closed; the space will also host several after-hours events over the next couple weeks.

Text and Photos by Ray | Core 77.com
http://www.core77.com