On Trend Today with Lanark's Kathy Wisniski: Highlineby  Kathy Wisniski 

March 29, 2017 |

Inspired by the Highline park in New York City, our Highline design is a textural fretwork of layers and intersections, lines and channels, forming a bridge-like grid silhouette. Similar to the historic rail line that constructed the original elevated tracks of the Highline esplanade, our geometric surface design criss-crosses and connects, composing a complex system of sheen and brilliance.

Shown from top center left: Silver Rubik's Cubes, the Highline park in NYC, Gatsby mirrored cube table, silver pleated skirt, Sou Fujimoto Inhabitable Nomatic Structure for Parisian Art Fair, bronze floor length pleated pant by Barbara Casasola, Detail of Sou Fujimoto's Inhabitable Nomatic Structure for Parisian Art Fair.

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