Thank you to Michael Yarinsky for helping us out by scoping out the Architectural Digest Home Design Show this past weekend. Michael is designer in Brooklyn focused on interiors, architecture, products, and curation. His design practicefocuses on the building of a design community through collaboration. He founded Cooler Gallery that serves as a physical space in Brooklyn for conversations around the intersection of art/design. Michael has worked on interiors and architecture projects with some of Design Milk’s favorite design studios – Calico Wallpaper, Ladies and Gentlemen Studio, Caroline Z Hurley, Huy Bui, Madera Surfaces, Reform, and A/D/Oas well as helping us with last year’s Milk Stand at ICFF :)
Brooklyn-based ceramics studio SIN is the namesake of its founder – Virginia Sin. Mostly focused on home goods, Virginia is newly branching into the lighting world with terra cotta sconces that are meant to cast sunburst patterns onto the wall.